This is just a simple tip for those of you editing in Lightroom and want to correct a series of photos at one time, but there is a slight variation in exposures. This often happens when your camera is in some form of auto exposure mode like Aperture or Shutter priority mode.
- Select All images in series
- Make all corrections you need to do in one photo
- Go to Settings>Match Total Exposures
Once you do this then if say you had bracketed the exposures -1 EV to +3 EV Lightroom will make all of them equal as best that it can.
After I do this I just quickly click through the images and 99% of the time it is dead on.