Sometimes you draw attention to your subject not by making it big (which is often a great solution), but by making it small, and surrounding it by “essentially nothing”.
By what we call “negative space”.
The negative space does not have to be empty – it can have patterns, or as in this example, waves:
The point it, it is devoid of information. And that forces attention to your subject.
It also puts your subject into a large space, emphasizing its place in this big world.
And finally, this technique is a good way to simplify. Always important on making your images better.
Try it today!