Get in close to your subject. And then get even closer.
Most people are under the impression that they have to step way back and get a lot of space around the subject to get the whole scene. Heads up – your subject is not a mime that is stuck in an invisible box. So it’s okay to cut off their foreheads, legs, or lower half every now and then! Try getting a close-up of someone’s face from the eyebrows to the mouth.The problem with zooming way out for every photo is that it doesn’t make it plainly obvious to the viewer what is the point or subject of the photo. Here is a quick example: