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First, forget about anything priority. Shoot in manual mode so that you have actual control over the exposure. A change of pose should never change your exposure, and autoexposure is very good at making that happen. If the model (or the clothing) remains the same distance from the light, you can meter with your camera by taking an frame-filling shot of the ...
If latitude of image is too wide to properly expose both dark and bright areas at the same time, use HDR mapping. Proper 14/16bit RAW file already contains all the information you need - in one file - to map the values and produce a good looking, balanced image that shows well on today's 8-bit computer monitors.
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