It is the settings of your camera that determine how your shot is exposed. It could be over or underexposed in bright light or in darkness. The camera has a built-in light meter that reads what it sees and give you setting (in any of the auto modes). So if you meter off of something dark, the camera will thing that it's dark and give you too much exposure. If you meter off of something bright, the camera will think everything is bright and give you less exposure. It's up to you to recognize what the camera is doing and adjust the exposure accordingly.1.) I was shooting outside in the shade but a couple of times i had photos come out very very bright. This happened multiple times and I am not really sure what was causing this. I have samples of this but I am sure most of you get the idea (overexposed I think is the term for it). I wasn't shooting directly at the sun so I am just trying to figure out why this happened.
...the thing is that i shot series of shot from a spot and most came out great but a very came out way overexposed.