I've been experimenting with panoramas and photomerge automation on PS CS2 and recently, i took several panned shots (on a tripod) of a sunrise using Aperature priority on my camera. When i got back and uploaded them and looked closer, the colors between the several photos don't match well at all. That is, when photomerged, I can clearly see where the program stitched them together due to darker/ligher/grayer/brighter sky/water/land, etc. I tried adjusting hue/saturation/brightness/contrast but it was all trial and error, without any success. All the files are still in RAW so i do have a lot of adjustment capability, just wondering if anyone out there knows of a good way to match the colors (in the sky and water, etc) to make it much more seamless.. once close, i think i can use the healers, clone, dodge and burn to get it where i want it, just can't even get to that part now. Also, any thoughts to avoid this in the future? do i need to do full manual from the brightest area of the sky or something? Thanks!