This excerpt, provided courtesy of Adobe Press, from Adobe Photoshop CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to use actions to color match, sharpen, and save the images you'll combine in a panorama.
An action is a set of one or more commands that you record and then play back to apply to a single file or a batch of files. In this exercise, you'll use actions to color match, sharpen, and save the images you'll combine in a panorama.
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