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I would say that your Camera has been tricked into under exposing the main subject here by the very bright background. Perhaps setting your camera to 'Center Weighted' or 'Spot Metering' mode would have solved the problem. Another solution would have been to dial in +1 or even +2 in this circumstance into the exposure compensation setting.
Otherwise this has the makings of a great character study.
Looking at the image on a different P.C. it looks a lot different from on my own laptop and as you stated underexposed on the main subject, the original and what I have printed is a lot clearer and an all round better image, John.
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