Don’t shoot every image with your camera held horizontally (landscape).
Try turning your camera through 90 degrees and shooting with the camera vertical (portrait).
Also, don’t always hold your camera perfectly horizontally or vertically.
Try angling your camera slightly, especially if you are looking up to or down on your subject.
Notice the above image is much more dynamic because the camera has been angled slightly and is also above eye level, slightly looking down on the subject.
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