A crooked nose can be straightened, and a large nose can be brought into proportion with the rest of the face. The key to getting a good result is choosing an experienced surgeon that feels he/she understands your goals and can deliver the results you are after. Based on these photos, I would recommend an open approach to the nose (meaning you would have a small incision on the columella, with the rest of the incisions hidden in the nostrils) for the best control and visualization. There are a lot of unknowns, regarding your history and internal exam of the nose, that need to be addressed during a consultation and would influence the specific details of the procedure. The photos show a large nose with a low radix, dorsal hump, tension tip, and significant deviation or crookedness. The presence of a small chin also makes the nose look even larger in relation, so I would recommend considering a chin implant at the same time. All nasal surgery carries a risk of possibly needing a revision, and it is wise to take your time with consultations and choosing a surgeon. For this type of surgery you want to look for a Board Cerfified Plastic Surgeon or Facial Plastic Surgeon with experience with rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty (or advanced rhinoplasty techniques) who has done similar cases.