Depends on what purpose you're trying to achieve. If you're exploring one particular character and intend to experiment with viewing things through the lens of another person, first-person POV or third-person closed.
Third person omnipresent comes from a story where there's less focus on one character and more on an ensemble, and the tension doesn't come from an ambiguity of a certain characters' actions but rather the overarching plot.
I would say that closed, POV-based narratives are for intimate, character-driven work, while omnipresent/omniscient narrators are for plot-based work.
Please take my words with a grain of salt; after all, there are plenty of exceptions to this.