I would prefer to use the term “process” rather than “fix”. I haven’t done panos myself, so I can’t answer your question, I’ll leave that to someone else. With that said, the processing here looks fine to me, exposure, contrast and color all look good.
I love the light on the snow and trees on the left side, and the shadows on the snow. The distant mountains have a nice soft and dreamy look which is well done. My only suggestion would be to crop away about half of the dense stand of trees on the right. I think these trees are not as appealing as the rest of the scene, and don’t deserve this much real estate. I would retain a portion of them though to act as a frame on the right side of the image. Overall this is a very pleasing and well done image, nice work Richard.
That’s a lovely scene Richard. The light snow dusting in the distance is very nice; in fact, I think I would like more of the scene to appreciate it more. (It feels cropped a bit tight at the top.)
I don’t do panos as much as I used to, but I usually process the image more after putting them together. The exception would be changes that make the stitching easier/better. For example, if your images have a strong vignette, it’s easier to remove that prior to putting them together.
@richard39 - I agree with the others who have commented here - this is a very pleasing scene that would benefit from a little more room on top and fewer of the trees on the right. The pano processing also looks natural, which isn’t always easy to achieve. The only processing I perform before stitching are lens profile corrections and if I have any dust bunnies on the images I’ll get rid of those too.