Take off 1.5-inches off your bow draw length,
If his ARROW IS POINTING due north....Nutts and bolts will straighten ya out but just want to throw my 2 cents out there just to see if I'm right cause I'm trying to learn how to eyeball form so here's my guess your leaning back which usually means long on draw and bow arm looks to stiff again usually means long draw but the other thing I see or think I see again I'm nube at eyeballing DL is anchor can actually go a little farther back on face pointer knuckle touching right where ear lobe meets jaw moving that back is going to get us slight bend in bow arm that we need. As you do this disregard peep I believe it's to low and that's why we are getting your lean cause your moving your head to look through it. Never move to peel. move the peep to you. So try that get knuckle touching ear lobe and same time string should be touching tip of nose (again peep will not line up yet) send New pics with this adjustment
When the draw length is closer to a good fit for your body,Will shortening my DL fix my head and release hand from pointing NE?
Thanks for the detailed explanation I see what your sayingIf his ARROW IS POINTING due north....
his HEAD is pointing NORTH EAST,
and this is why his pointer knuckle does NOT touch his ear lobe.
Look at his CHIN.
CHIN tells you if his head is under rotated (pointing NORTH EAST)...when his shoulders and bow arm and arrow are pointing DUE NORTH.
If you FOCUS on the release WRIST,
you can see that the back of the HAND is NOT in line with the forearm bones,
you can see that the FOREARM is pointed KINDA due north,
but the BACK of the release hand TAKES A HARD RIGHT, cuz the back of his RELEASE HAND is following the direction of his CHEEK bones,
and the BACK of the release hand is pointed WAY WAY WAY HARD NORTH EAST.