On this Adorama video Mark Wallace takes a look at a basic but important topic – exposure bracketing, what it does and a few issues that you should be aware when using it.
Wallace looks at the built in auto exposure bracketing feature of several cameras and discusses common problems such as the ones which can happen when using bracketing in shutter priority mode. Auto exposure bracketing can be used to create HDR images but also in other situations when a single image is not enough to create the desired exposure.
As for HDR, Wallace previous video demonstrated the use of multiple expusures to create an HDR image using Photoshop which you can see here.
You can find many more Lightroom tutorials on our dedicated Adobe Lightroom section.