Pessoal, sem querer ser ingrato, pouco me ajudaram...
No entanto algum tão ocupado como o fotografo Miles Morgan tirou 10 minutos do seu tempo e eis a sua opinião, muito construtiva, algo que procurava e precisava.
Thanks for the email. I took a look through your images. You're off to a great start! I would say that if I had one piece of advice, it would be to start shooting more towards the edges of light. In other words, I very rarely shoot mid day (except for black and white). I'm almost always shooting in the hour before or after sunrise or sunset. That's when you will get that most dramatic light and color. Usually that involves blending exposures so that you can have details in the shadows and the highlights. So you'll take a shot where the bright areas are correctly exposed and the shadows are too dark, and an image where the shadows are correctly exposed and the bright areas are over exposed. Then you combine them in Photoshop. That's something that takes time to learn. Look online for video courses that teach you how to do that.
Lastly, it's really hard to make a grand landscape photo of an area that isn't very photogenic. You can make interesting shots that are more intimate, but if you want to make a big landscape image, you need a beautiful location. So seek those out. It's not enough to have a good sunset. You have to have an interesting location AND a good sunset.
Hope that helps! Good luck with your photography!