Quote Originally Posted by pentaxuser View Post
If they are underexposed then you'd expect the shot of the lad which has more of the window in it to be more underexposed than the girl's shots, I think.Maybe the lad's underexposure is somehow "neutralised" by the fact that overall the light is much brighter at midday?
That's because the light of the third shot is "neutralized to daylight" at midday. The underexposure under the neutral daylight is not such a big issue for a print film unless it's too excessive.

Luno