Half of creating a landscape image is in the editing process. This is where you shape the photo to match your personal style and to make whatever statement or evoke whatever feeling you'd like it to. This helpful video will show you how to add depth and drama to a landscape shot using Lightroom.
Coming to you from Andrew Marr, this video shows how he edits a shot of an imposing mountain to create a sense of drama. For me, the salient takeaway is how Marr controls the light is his post-processing to not only increase the depth of the image, but to strengthen its message. He wants the mountain to look imposing and perhaps slightly foreboding, and to accomplish this, he takes the naturally airy and light clouds surrounding it and gives them a much darker edit while centering the mountain and tilting the crop so it seems to point straight up. This in tandem with highlighting the path that leads toward it helps to draw our eye initially to the trail and then follow it straight up into the mountain as it looms between spots of light and the clouds. It's a great lesson in how an edit can really make an image.