SIMPLIFY YOUR IMAGE
“It’s what you cut out of the photos that is more important than what you put into the photos.”
By simplifying your composition and including only things that actually make sense, your images turn out to be much more comprehensible. Identify and exclude the distracting elements in the composition and just focus on the core, interesting subject. If you can, zoom in and try filling the frame.
USE DIFFERENT LENSES
It’s not the camera body that determines the quality of your photos; your lens plays a major role here. Repeatedly changing cameras causes you to spend more time learning to use new gear and less time perfecting your shots. Almost all cameras today are very capable, so try sticking with one. Invest in lenses rather than a new camera.
Using a wide angle lens allows you to capture most of the scene. A telephoto lens, on the other hand, lets you isolate your main subject. Prime lenses will test out your ceativity, while zoom lenses will provide you with versatility.