Nope, because I wouldn’t frame it like that and then try to fill the frame with something that would make it ok. What I can do is to clarify why, and you can decide if it needs reframing, adding or removing something, or keeping it as is. It also depends if it’s for showcasing the model, or setting a scene with a bit of a story.
Blue line: don’t look at this direction
Orange lines: this is where you should look next
But there’s nothing to look at, so might as well follow the lines and close the browser tab. To me it needs something to block the viewer’s eyes from going off the image and also balancing it.
If this was cinematography and the model was a character, it would generally be bad framing. These are on purpose:
The motion and eyes are towards outside the frame, and since it’s next to the edge of the frame, it creates tension. Character standing next to the edge of the frame and looking outside the frame vs. in it. Or, someone waiting a train or a bus by staring at a wall that is almost touching their nose, vs. leaning their back on it. One of those seems weird.