if the couple is your main subject, the foreground lady is distracting. Try move towards your left to emphasize more on the couple. just my imagination, if say the foreground lady is crying happy tears upon looking at the couple. it would be a good shot if you can capture her expression while including the couple too.
How do you feel about the shot? What were you trying to achieve? What is your intended message? What area do you want to improve in?
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the shot can probably work, but i envision a landscape orientation with the auntie in the foreground more clearly separated from the couple. it is just a matter of moving more to the left to change perspective.
Shoot and shoot yes.
Do a little reflection before you post; choose one that you have self critique first; if the picture had been good in your eyes, it may not always be good in others. So more likely you;ll end up defending that picture from critiques, which defeats the pupose. If you already know there are flaws in your best piece, more likely you're ready to work on the advices given, having a clear mind.