Hey guys. My wife and I have been asked to do some shoots for friends of ours. We will be shooting kids (6months-3 years) and will probably be shooting outside. I have been trying to research and get info into what we need to do to get the best shots we can get. However, I feel like I am still a little lost on getting the best conditions we can get for the shoot. So, a couple of questions I have on shooting outside portraits: 1) What time of day should we shoot? I assume later in the day when the sun isn't as harsh, but before the sun starts to set so we have plenty of natural light? 2) We only have the on camera flash, so should we forget about using "Fill-flash"? I actually don't even know how to use fill-flash but have seen a lot of talk about it when doing research. Any good articles or info on fill-flash would be great! 3) Is it best to shoot in shady areas when possible to reduce shadows or glare? Any other tips or pointers would be great. Even links to good articles would be great so I can try to get a clue about what we need to do. Thanks guys!