I post process all of our photos no matter how good they look off the camera. ACDSee does non-destructive batch editing so you always maintain your originals and you set up templates for exposure corrections. The trick is that there is one certain set of equalizer settings that normalizes all photos. They will look better than the native photos coming off the camera, that you can run an additional filter or slide exposure adjustment and can process 500 photos in about 30 minutes without you having to touch the computer.
I think what you might want to try is setting up DJI go for an aperture priority setting. This may require a couple of test shots before you get used to the settings, but once you get it it’s very effective in battling tough lighting conditions.