3. KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR COLORS AND LIGHTING THAT POP
Composing to accommodate a subject with a different color compared to its surroundings lets you can grab a hold of the viewer’s eyes immediately. The case is the same with lighting. If a small portion of a landscape is lit and other areas are in shadow, then it can turn out to be a great composition as well.
4. USE NEGATIVE SPACE
Negative space in photography can be used to direct the viewer’s eyes to the thing that you want to focus on. Since negative space consists of nothing, the viewer naturally moves on to the subject. Examples of negative space in landscape photography could be snow, barren land, a field, clear sky, or a body of water.