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I find it difficult to control natural light when only using natural light plus fill. It could be just my experience. From trees moving and casting little shadows on the face or the sun moving while working with the client. Personally, I like to bring a little controlled off camera light with me at all times. I can control my WB and keep unwanted color casts bouncing from all the foliage to a minimum. Been pretty successful for me so far. Definitely not saying its the only way.

Maybe OP is using an off-camera soft box but it looks like on-camera fill to my eyes. I'm always learning too so set me straight if i'm wrong.

edit: 9 & 10 look good. What was the light source on these two?
Edited by Gollie - 8/19/11 at 12:33am
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