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Subject: How to fix exposure in camera raw across multiple photos



I am having difficulty fixing the exposure on several photographs. I am not the photographer, so I have no control over the original settings made when the photos are taken. My problem lies in the fact that the photographer is taking 360-degree shots of rooms in a total of 6 images using a fisheye lens. The images of the walls facing away from windows tend to be much darker than those taken toward windows. I need to be able to combine the photos so that there are no distinctions in the shadows/exposure as to where one photo begins and one ends. How do I correct only a few, or all, of the photos so that they all have the same look and will be seemless when placed side by side?

I'm using Photoshop CS2 with Windows XP.

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