1. Tighter Focal Lengths and Panoramas
Using focal lengths from 85 - 200mm, you can compress the layers within an image, or to put it simply, make the background seem larger in the frame relative to the subject. Through this principle you can get creative with your framing and work with specific elements in the landscape while retaining your foreground subject.
At tighter focal lengths it can of course be harder to capture the whole scene, but don’t let that stop you. Keeping in mind that each image must overlap, take a series of images with the same camera settings and you’ll be able to create a stitch using the panorama function in Lightroom & Photoshop. The added benefit of this principle is that your final result will be a much higher resolution file, which means you can print huge!