Adobe Lightroom Tip – Correcting Multiple Images


This screenshot is just a simple tip for those editing in Lightroom who want to correct a series of photos simultaneously, but there is a slight variation in exposures. The variations in exposure often happen when your camera is in some form of auto exposure mode like Aperture or Shutter priority mode.

  1. Select All images in series
  2. Make all corrections you need to do in one photo
  3. Go to Settings>Match Total Exposures
Once you do this, if, say, you had bracketed the exposures -1 EV to +3 EV, Lightroom will make all of them equally as best as it can.
After I do this, I just quickly click through the images, and 99% of the time, it is dead on.