When making landscape photos, I'm often at knee-level or lower in an effort to get close to my foreground. Doing so makes the foreground look larger and more important in the composition. For example, with this photo taken in Olympic National Park, I was maybe two fee away from some interesting swash marks in the sand. By getting close, they become an important part of the visual design, helping to lead the viewer's eye deeper into the composition. Canon 5DSR, Canon 11-24mm f/4 lens, ISO 100, f/11, 1/640 second, focus stack blend.