Create a sense of depth
Creating a sense of depth when photographing landscapes put an object or person in the foreground. It will emphasize how far away the distance is.
Use simple backgrounds
When you are photographing a person it is best to choose a plain background so that the eye is drawn to your subject.
Sometimes it is difficult to capture a moving subject. To solve this you can use the panning technique. Choose a shutter speed around two steps lower than necessary – so for 1/250, we’d choose 1/60. Focus your camera on the subject with your finger pushing half way down on the shutter, then follow the subject as it moves, and take the photo when ready. In this video they will explain how you can do it.