If I knew what you were trying to communicate I could say more. Ban you give the back story?
The center of the work seems to be the blackness between the cowboy and the girls head.
Is the light supposed to be an explosion caught at flash? Or clouds breaking to let light in?
Are the "bear" and "cowboy" coming to shield and protect the girl in front of the car?
Is the girl holding photographic or weaponized object?
Nice butt and legs, but odd pose for photographing, filming, and especially firing anything that has recoil. The pose reminds me of birds that stand on one leg. If she is in action she seems strangely in a stationary pose. A foot on the bumper of the car might give you some of the same effect and still look like a natural shooting position. Her aim would still not be straight ahead if there was recoil involved.
The contrast between the light breaking through and the dark of the bear and cowboy are interesting. The forward motion of the bear and cowboy have to be used om order to imagine the girl and car are not going to be crushed. And with that momentum they will be in the line of sight for the girl as they pass over her. So again she needs to have just taken action or take action very soon or her shot will be blocked
The unfinished or oddly lit car is interesting in color. The glass that is not clear to show interior is a good depth stop and glare could do that. And the car seems motionless, which emphasizes the girl is standing still
If the Girl is the main character, her being mostly vertical while the car the cowboy the bear are mostly horizontal in presentation makes her stand out well.
If the point of view were changed to bring her stage left and the view was lower, her presentation could transcend the bear and cowboy without blocking their faces.. And being stage left she could be aiming at something forward and slightly stage right to get her pose ballanced in the picture
Anyway, With more of an Idea what you want, I could help you more.