Better. But next time, see if you can get someone to take them for you. (This is especially important for the Back shots.)
You have good structure, and no glaring weaknesses. (Although it’s hard to assess your back, given the awkward selfie stance you had to adopt). You’re very lean–maybe too lean, unless you’re actively prepping for an impending contest. With a proper prep, you could compete in novice Physique right now without embarrassing yourself. However, a little more overall size would go a long way towards improving your final standings.
On the other hand, to compete in BBing (you mention Physique as being a ‘first step,’ so I assume BBing is your ultimate goal) you would need to add a fair amount of size in order to be competitive.
So: If you’re dying to get on stage and/or compare yourself to others, find a local contest with a novice Physique division. I’d say you could be stage ready in 8 weeks, maybe a little less. However, if you want to be truly competitive in Physique, skip competing for a year or so (prepping crushes a natty’s ability to make gains) and focus on lean-gaining some mass. With another year’s hard training and proper eating under your belt, you will be much more competitive.
Whether you decide to compete or lean-gain, if you need guidance, there are several good coaches available on T-Nation. (Disclaimer: I am not a coach myself, nor do I have a financial relationship with any coaches.)