This is the business end of a Lockheed YC-141B StarLifter housed at The Aviation History & Technology Center at Dobbins AFB in Marietta, Georgia US (https://ahtc360.org). This is a great example of a local government/private partnership that allows a group of dedicated veterans to maintain these aircraft on land provided by the county and the base. For $5 you can get up close to some great aircraft. It is hard to understand how big the C141 is. I had to shoot from across the property to get a 300mm shot.
Paying attention to your scene's BACKGROUND is generally as important as the main subject you are shooting. But sometimes we can get rid of the backgroud ALTOGETHER by filling our entire frame with our subject. When you fill the frame with your subject, there are less distractions to the viewer. You eliminate everything except that which you want the viewer to see. You don’t run the risk of having a pole appear to be growing out of your model’s head or your subject being so far away it’s difficult to know where we should be looking. You don't need to balance EVERYTHING that you have going on in the scene in front of you. This week, move closer to your subject (like, with your feet, but you can also use a long lens). Whether it’s a person or an object, we want to really see the details. You might choose a pattern to fill the frame, or you might use the face of a humanoid. The Googles will give you so many great examples. When this week is over, hold on to the lesson and remember that you always have the option to simply zoom all the way in and let your main subject do all the talking.