1) It’s to do with the way your camera works out the exposure.
The camera assumes the amount of light coming into the lens is consistent. This is fine in an evenly lit setting, but problems arise when the there are shadows or bright areas across your subject.
If this imbalance is in the background, then it can have a big impact on the exposure of the subject in your picture.
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