I advise not try to master every possible movement while you become familiar with the basic operation of a view camera. I suggest that you use the camera first simply to make photos without using ANY of the movements. Most nature shots do not require much, if any perspective control. I use my 4x5 almost exclusively for architectural shots for correcting converging verticals. Occasionaly I use shift (side movement). I have never used my camera in any of those contortions that you always see. Those generally are for studio special photos. There are many on this site who will offer you advise on the use of those complex movements.

Again I refer to View Camera magazine. There is a multi part series that started in the Jan/Feb issue. It starts with the very basics. Best wishes.