Not all cameras have an AEB function. If you do not have it, most likely you will have one called "exposure compensation." Exposure compensations have five exposure settings: minus 2 stops, minus 1 stop, 0 (normal exposure), plus 1, and plus 2. Unlike AEB, it's not automatic. "Exposure compensation" means you'll have to go in and select the variances of exposures and shoot them one at a time. Nearly all cameras have exposure compensation. This is why I tell all of my students to become very familiar with it. It's the simplest way to change exposure, and you'll have a large range to choose from. This will make sure that you've definitely got your artwork photographed properly, with the right amount of exposure, before you move on to the next shot.