Generally, "no people" or I wouldn't call it a landscape; but specifically, "it depends". I have the fortune, and the fortitude, to get to shoot mostly in the west where it is usually not too difficult to find vast panoramas that seem untouched by man.
Overall, I would just say that it can be a great composition, but becomes something besides a landscape with people as a significant compositional element.
Obviously posted by a very wise man, mainly because you agree with me.
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Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.