Squat: If you want to squat deeper, you will need to flex more at the ankles. Your shins are pretty much parallel to the floor and most of your hinging is almost entirely at the hips. None of this is wrong, or bad, but if you want to get deeper, those knees will need to go forward which, again, will mean your ankles will need to flex more. If you're having trouble getting deeper into this position, work on mobility in the ankles, hips, and possibly your thoracic spine-- every day.
I am a big advocate on learning how to overhead squat at least an empty bar ass-to-gras. If you can do that, you have the necessary ability to squat any other way you want with perfect form.
The only other way to get that bar to go lower is to further bend at the hips, which probably won't put you at parallel, and will only exaggerate a good morning type squat.
Deadlift: There is a good video on Alan Thrall's YouTube channel on the deadlift, if you have time look through his channel. I'm short on time or I would find it for you.
Best of luck. Overall, your lifts don't look that bad!