Taking better Landscape Photographs
Make best use of the Rule of Thirds
Look for a Focal Point
Use foreground interest
Find interesting shapes in nature
Keep the right focus
To avoid this, lock your camera's auto focus by keeping the shutter button half-depressed whilst the area you want to focus on is in the centre of the frame.
The second most common problem with walking photos is camera shake - where the camera is moving at the time the photo has been taken. To reduce camera shake, always try to use both hands to hold the camera - and tuck your elbows in underneath the camera instead of sticking them out.
Be early - or late
Use both portrait and landscape formats
Change your Point of View
Remember - be prepared