#4 is a stone cold keeper.
Shots that would be great are lost by not squaring them off and bad framing.
You can't post edited that.
The visual cortex is intolerant of 2D images that aren't square off; it's much easier to view and less distorted when they are squared off.
It means less in frame sometimes and getting the cam exactly at the right height* and the lines where they need to be; you're not trying to capture everything, just a single moment.
The only reason for not squaring off a shot is pure art; don't over use it.
#5 seems to have some blur to it?
That throws it off. Don't be afraid to dial up the ISO setting.
*another reason I loathe tripods. Shooting at the same height all the time is a total bore.
Even when street shooting I'll go from as high as I can get to pavement level if it makes the shot.
I'm lining it up, framing it and squaring it off many times in a second or two.
After a while it becomes habit.
Going lower than eye level with people can be effective as well... it's art and also how the people react.
Eye level (I got down about 2 inches to grab it) with the first subject and line it up in under 3 seconds.
50L, 1/750 sec @ ISO 2000, wide open at 1.2
These bangers posed for me out of the blue, at first I thought they might be trouble.
Great subjects for a couple seconds and gone.