The challenge is to apply that same discipline and sense of balance and theme that we would have so much more control of if we we drawing an image (or drastically manipulating it in PhotoShop) and taking the time to determine what we want an image to look like. It is quite demanding to achieve this with situations like the above, where elements of the image are moving, but it is worthwhile to take the time with less dynamic compositions to determine how you want the elements in the picture to relate to one another and ultimately to the viewer as well. 

Taking the time to look through the viewfinder carefully before and after each shot is crucial although it is a hard habit to get into when you have a cellphone and the option of continually shooting. Taking that time to compose and contemplate a shot before you take it will gradually alter the way that you look at the world.