by Julieanne Kost

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December 15, 2011

To make a varying series of images appear more “consistently” exposed, select the images (making sure that the most properly exposed image is the “most selected”, and choose Settings > Match Total Exposures” in the Develop module. This command will look at the overall brightness and contrast (as well as some additional in-camera settings such as ISO and shutter speed settings) and attempt to match the series to the most selected image.


  • By Bobby Hicks - 6:06 AM on December 15, 2011  

    Julieanne, I think you meant to type “Match Total Exposures” instead of March. Love your posts, very informative. Every time I see one I have to go and try it. Please keep em coming….Bobby

    • By Julieanne Kost - 6:25 AM on December 15, 2011  

      Thanks for catching that Bobby! I’m glad the posts are helpful. -j

  • By Hilton - 10:50 AM on December 15, 2011  

    Thanks for this tip!

  • By Tampa Band Photos - 4:39 PM on December 15, 2011  

    Wow, I never even knew that feature existed! Thanks for the tip!

  • By Bryan - 3:26 AM on January 3, 2012  

    i’ll add my ‘wow i never knew that feature existed’ i’ve just had a quick play and it may not be perfect but it’s going to save me some time in my future work flow, cool