When you are planning to take an action shot in advance, get educated about the subject matter. You cannot take a good shot of something that is moving if you don't understand the types of movement involved. Learn about the movements of the subject matter and it will show in your photos.
Make sure to set up your compositions so that vertical lines are truly vertical. Tilting the camera backwards to capture a tall building, for example, can cause the building to appear as if it is falling backwards out of the frame. Photographs in which buildings are not vertical often appear unnatural.
As was stated in the beginning of this article, the difference between photography and good photography is a matter of education. If you know the right way to take a picture, you are more likely to get the shots you really want. Apply the advice from this article and you'll be on your way to taking the pictures you always dreamed of.
Some of the images from the ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ competition (2018), with 45000 entries from all around the world. 100 are going on exhibition at …