Hey Great lifts,
You really don't need to change anything, it all depends on what you're going for.
What you're doing well on the squat is hitting good depth on nearly all of them, you keep a flat low back and neutral spine very well.
a critique is to decide if you're squeezing your shoulder bladers together, or driving your elbows up underneath you. The elbows underneath you thiing is really more of a feeling to keep the chest up as opposed to actually moving your arms. i noticed you did it when you seemed to get on your toes.
For someone with your body type, ie long legs and short torso, front squats are going to be extremely beneficial, especially as you're posterior chain dominant and bringing up your quads is going to really increase the squat as well as keep you upright as you won't shift back to take advantage of the glutes.
Another thing is either getting weightlifting shoes, or putting plates under your heels. This will really help you get your quads into the lift, which means higher numbers, and increasing your deadlift off the floor.
I'd like to see you squat more like this:
As far as your dead lift, it looks pretty good. All you really need to do is learn to break the bar off the floor as opposed to ripping it off the floor. This really comes down to setting your torso, and locking it in, finding the right angle where the bar is under your scapula, it's always a bit further over the bar than you think. once you find that angle, then lock in there, drive hard with the legs until you lock the knee, and then pull back after that. It's the most optimal way to pull as it propels the bar past the regular sticking point of the knees, and sets you up for an easy lockout.
This is a really good example of what I mean:
either way, you're doing awesome and i hope this helps