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View of Ladakh range

Contrasting colors and texture extending from foreground to background caught my eye. Vastness of the land called for a pano.

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Tried to isolate the brown rock by zooming in

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Another scene at a different location

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Retained some human elements

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SFTphotography

Old Hand
1 and 2 work well for me
3 feels a bit to tightly framed - the distant mounting being very near the frame edge
4. Needs to be like 1 - lose the trees etc and crop wide would be my advice
 
1 and 2 work well for me
3 feels a bit to tightly framed - the distant mounting being very near the frame edge
4. Needs to be like 1 - lose the trees etc and crop wide would be my advice
Can't do much with #3 since the space was tight for me to move around. Here is modified #4. Thanks for the tips.

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Here is a substitute for #4

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