Eye Popping Composition !
The camera viewfinder and or LCD screen is your canvas, use it entirely. So many image makers tend to center their image, say a bird in the middle. So excited are they to capture that bird that they loose all awareness of the canvas. The strongest photographs have something going on in 80-100% of the canvas.
Use of the entire canvas can create movement, balance, tension and most of all multiple levels of interest and enjoyment for the viewer. Lots of things going on!!
A general rule of good composition is to place interest on the THIRDS of the canvas. There is nothing wrong with having a subject if the dead center just don’t have that be the only area of the canvas you use.
I like to present depth in my photographs so I often have interest located close to me as wall as far away. Use your entire canvas.
Don’t forget to rotate you canvas vertical (portrait) when your subject presents a vertical shape and on course horizontal (landscape) when your subject/subjects form view.