Maybe for a start you can try shooting flower with Subject in focus, clean back ground or uniformed coloured BG ie Green / Black.
Don't rush into firing away, identify the subject, study the surroundings and subject, take your time to compose.
Train your eyes and adjust your perception of beauty.
Tonnes of better shooters on Flickr and other sites.
Landscape --> My Fav
Macro (some random ones i added on flickr) --> More on close-ups/
Good with Flowers and beetles
See how he create stories in a single frame using toys like LEGO figurine
Don't be a frog in the well.
We are not joking or being sarcastic when we say we are not pro and not good to teach.
Cos there are better ones out there.