Well, make color corrections until you like each image. Beyond Auto Tone, Contrast, and Color from the Image menu, do you really expect that Photoshop can compare images and make them look the way you like them without your input?
You can automate your color corrections if they are the same for each image (repetitive).
Yeah, I really expected that, since it can auto-align all 150 images so they are the same place, then why not the colour?
If I give you four images each with a different flat color, for example, pure red, green, black, and white, what result do you expect with the functionality you are talking about? Can you describe how you want each of these images (colors) to be changed?
What format are these pictures in? Raw files from a camera by chance?
If so, are you overriding the automatic white balance of the camera with a consistent setting across all images?
Are they taken in natural light or artificial?
emil emil -> Since I'm making a stop motion film (as stated in my first post), they are not "red, green black and white" but look THE SAME except for one little thing in each picture.
Noel Carboni; no they are not raw pictures. They all are pictures of a light table (taken from atop), and sometimes the light is much brigther and yellow than on the other pictures.
If you are making a stop motion animation and cannot control lighting conditions you may want to reconsider your set-up.
Or why else do the images vary?
Could you post (lores of) a couple of examples?
Anyway, you could try »Match Color«, but that feature seldom produces great results in my opinion.
It was because it was a school project and we had two days to make a stopmotion film (first time ever) and the school only had 2 stands (is it called that when talking about cameras?) and we are 68 students. So some of us had to hold the camera by hand - that´s why the light changes.
But the asignment was due today, so we just chose to see it as "personality" Thanks anyway.
emil emil -> Since I'm making a stop motion film (as stated in my first post), they are not "red, green black and white" but look THE SAME except for one little thing in each picture....
I know very well that your pictures are not flat colors. My question wasn't intended to be a direct way of answering but to make you think about how the feature you want will work. If you can answer how it will affect these different colors being separate files you will basically be able to realize if what you want is possible and also tell clearly how this feature will work.