The picture is very dark..you blend in with the horse..gotta love dark bays :) A possible observation based on what I can see of your upper body. You look like you are laying on the horse's neck; jumping ahead and over the pommel of the saddle. While your release seems to be the right length, it is hard to tell. I am guessing that you are also leaning on your horse's neck here, your forearms resting on the neck rather than just your hand.
Your irons seem to be long which could be a major hampering problem to your upper body and toe issue. When jumping, take your normal length iron, determined by taking your foot out of your iron and relaxing it, just letting your foot hang; the iron should hit at the ankle bone; shorten by one hole.
For your two-point, you need to push the horse away with your hands which will aid in keeping your upper body more centered in the saddle. You want to simply close your hip angle and not try to jump FOR the horse :)
Head and eyes are up, which is good...shoulders might be a little rounded but it could be the picture.
You might want to repost after getting a picture in better light...wear LIGHT colored clothes :)