July 6th, 2008
Another dark room with sunshine outside, creating an under-exposed shot. Most cameras have a built in light meter that takes its reading from [mostly] the centre of the frame. So when you shoot a room, especially a dark one, into the light of the window, it tricks the camera into under-exposing the interior in favour of exposing the outside properly. Best would be to shoot with the window at your back or off to the side, at least.
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