The beginner uses the same camera angles over and over again.
The pro tames perspective like a wild beast to crush their enemies.
Recycling the same viewing angles gets old very quickly. What's more, it doesn't help to utilize the full potential of the scene.
Learn how to use perspective in your favor, focus the viewing angle on what matters.
Pay attention to the camera angles used in movies or even start shooting your own photos from interesting and unique perspectives. It's said that a master can even shoot a lone egg in an interesting manner.
Get really close or far away, use the bird's or worm's eye view; There are countless possible angles to show your scenes from.
What's important is to use the appropriate angle for each scene. There's nothing wrong with a simple but solid two-point perspective if the situation calls for it. But consider more dramatic angles for when the action happens.