To photograph creatively (photograph in novel, unusual, interesting ways):
1. Dutch angle
Photographing with an intentional tilt to your photos (with a wide-angle lens) to make your photo more ‘uneasy’ and dynamic.
Photograph diagonally while walking. When shooting, look at the edges (connect the edges of your frame together).
Another example from the same beach:
Note the edges in red:
2. Frame within a frame
Use body parts or other frames (within a frame) to make more compositionally dynamic and edgy photos:
Photograph in the fog, or even when your lens turns foggy (for example when it is hot outside and air conditioned outside, the moment you step outside, your lens will fog up). Use this opportunity to make creative photos.
Some analyses of compositions: