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  1. Very well done: that situation is the type for which Highlight-weighting Spot metering was designed.
  2. The Highlight Weighted Spot-metering mode is particularly useful for bright objects against dark backgrounds and is also the answer to shooting under the varying coloured-lighting sources that are used for theatrical and concert performances. You can also use Highlight Weighted Spot-metering simultaneously with Nikon's Active D-Lighting and this can help considerably under very contrasty lighting and high DR situations. Active D-Lighting actually adjusts the exposure and the curve slightly at the time of shooting to ensure that the shadows receive a sufficient boost of exposure and do not fall into blackness. These adjustments are recorded in the RAW file and are readable by any Converter (not just with those made by Nikon.)