# 1 is my favorite. These are all well exposed and have a good balance of lighting; however, I agree that the composition makes them seem a little "off" - my eye doesn't know where to go. Simply re-framing could make a huge difference. For example, in #2, using the backboard and mop bucket as anchor points allows your eye to naturally start and one corner and travel to the other, taking in the whole image. In #3, cropping allows the curve of the balcony to draw you eye to the window (the actual focal point in this image.) You may want to read up on the rule of thirds - I think you would find it helpful. All in all - you have the hard part down (lighting/exposure) - great work!