|From the Critique Club:
I do not know if this guy lives here and is waiting for mail or waiting for a friend to pick him up. Ambiguity further opens up the picture for more detail critism. Example: Why 400 ISO? There is nothing moving in the composition. I will assume you opted for the dof, but due to all the white and the size of the figure I would have taken a reflective meter reading. I think the image should be sharper. To avoid using a meter you could have bracketed the exposure. Then it is the cropping. Had subject back-up a bit, to preserve the chosen background selection, you could have included the feet, since this is not a portrait, lesser facial definition is not critical.
Of course, you were on the right track because the composition has a nice feel. He is definately waiting and with the head turned and looking into negative space is very nice. Hands in pocket also helps convey that there is nothing else to do but wait. I would safely say you are on the right track. Before you even take the pictures, begin to visualize the shot and always shoot a variation of the same idea