Well, you pretty much copied Evan Heath's opening title, except with a different font and you added a film burn.
The exposure and colors were decent.
Maybe get a tripod and read some stuff about shot composition. Some of the shots it seemed like you were pretty much arbitrarily pointing the camera at your friend. That, combined with the handheld shakiness, gives it a very home-videoish feel. If you want your work to appear cinematic (which is what it seems like you are aiming for), you need stable footage with smooth camera movement, and well-composed shots.
Also, try to avoid using a lot of gimmicky, cliche things. Such as timelapse, film burns, tons of ramped slow mo, and especially that 720 degree swish pan you used. They can be fine in moderation, but make sure you are using them to convey something specific to your audience (ie ramped slow motion on a really tech trick to emphasize the difficulty of it), not just because you saw someone else do it and it looked cool. When you (and everyone else) use them too much, they lose their dramatic effect, and become cliche (ie twixtor).
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