I got asked to shoot a model in front of my friend's car but I'm still unsure how I should get the perfect photo and the lighting right. I plan on shooting it outside in the late afternoon near sunset. I'm still unsure whether I should shoot with the model facing the sun so her face will be filled with natural light, or with her back towards the sun. My ideas were if I shoot her with her back to the sun, I might have the flash off camera to one side, and a reflector on the other. Or if I shoot her with the sun in her face, a single reflector to fill in the shadows with no flash. The equipment I have is a 5 in 1 reflector and I'm going to be picking up an Sb-600. I'm really confused on what approach I should take and I could really use all the help I can get. Thanks!