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Most likely it's the camera. Almost all cameras are designed to meter the scene as a medium gray. If you photograph white puppies in the snow, the camera will try to make the whole picture come out a medium gray, leading to gray puppies in gray snow. If you photograph black puppies in a coal bin, the camera will again try to make the whole picture come out a medium gray, leading to gray puppies in gray coal.
For this reason most cameras provide some means of adjusting the exposure. Since you didn't specify the make and model of your camera, I can't tell you exactly how to do it. Please look in the manual under "Exposure Compensation."
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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