I've been reading an I'm aware of this. Shooting during the mid day hours, when the sun is most directly over head, will create undesirable shadows that make the face look harsh and rigid. Shooting while the sun is at a lower angle, will provide a softer light that wraps around your model/subject, as opposed to shooting down on them. There has to be away around this. If you have to shoot in the middle of the day what do I need? Just a flash, or am I still going to get horrible results. Any information is appreciated.