Landscape photography can be a fickle thing, as you don't get to choose your lighting or even what a big chunk of your composition (the sky) will look like. This great video talks about how you can maximize what you get out of a location no matter what the conditions.
Coming to you from Tom Mackie with Landscape Photography iQ, this helpful video talks about getting the most out of a landscape photography location. I think Mackie touches on a really important philosophy: while it's great to previsualize your shots and have an idea of what you want to get from a location, you also have to be fluid and willing to adapt to changing conditions. This generally means two things: having the knowledge and equipment (namely a good filter set) to be ready to create a range of different shots depending on the available conditions and the willingness to deviate from your plan. It's important to be able to recognize when the conditions aren't ripe for the shot you want and to not get a bit of photographic tunnel vision in chasing an image that isn't there. Check out the video above for more of Mackie's helpful tips as he walks you through his process.