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I think your camera must've been on auto exposure (and perhaps even spot or center-weighted metering).

So first, the camera exposes for a dark table, then you put something relatively bright on top, it changes exposure to compensate.

If that's not what you want, take matters into your own hands (which I would recommend anyways) and use manual everything.

Sometimes automation can be a good thing and for some purposes it really comes in handy. But if you dictate what happens, well... you know what will happen (hopefully).

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