Ok, so I didn't go to photography school.
When I go somewhere, visualizing an image to make does NOT come naturally. It's hard work.
In catwalk you fight your neighbour to setup in a decent place, and snap when the model hits the pose. In fashion you can prod someone eg. the stylist and they will often come up with some idea. Moving the lights around a bit sometimes gets the old brain ticking, too. If in doubt, go with the flow.
But in landscape it's just you and that big space with no obvious crop marks, and that big lamp with the broken remote.
Maybe the Phase 260 has ImaginView(tm) but I'm afraid Doug, Steve and Yair haven't sent me the right marketing materials ...
So I read books with pictures in them, often in bookshops, some on the net. Is that naive?