Here are the settings I got from Photoshop:It is possible to have exposure settings that work indoors, but not outside. If you post the exposure settings from the image we can be of more help. I experienced a similar issue with one of my lenses when the aperture blades got sticky and wouldn't close fast enough.
Thank you. Here are the settings and the camera was in P mode so that is what is so strange.As above, we need all your camera settings- iso, fstop, shutterspeed.
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I'm still wondering if she accidentally added positive exposure compensation. I don't see that information in her screen shots.The settings don't seem out of line. I suggest checking the aperture blades on your lens to make sure they are not sticky. If so, the lens will not stop down to the set aperture quickly enough to get proper exposure and effectively is always wide open. So it works indoors but not outside in sunlight.