Practice helps. You need to be able to read the light to tell when such a shot is possible. Notice that the example is pretty much back lit, which is common for such dramatic contrast. If you have important foreground detail, you will usually need carefully controlled fill light. Learning to use your light meter in back lit conditions is also essential. Learning the Zone system, how to previsualize the print, how to assign exposure zones to the subject, and how to develop for a usable result (adjusting for the exposure) are also handy. Since such exposures often require development adjustment away from what is the average on a roll, sheet film can be handy. It all comes in time, and with more than a little luck. Your luck is more or less proportional to the number of days you get out and do some serious shooting.