When doing a series of shots e.g. for a family or a couple session where you are quickly moving through a number of poses in slightly different locations and natural lighting, what is your general approach to lighting? I shoot by myself, so do not have an assistant to carry around off-camera lighting. And when young children, in particular, are involved, one needs to move quickly to take the shots. In general, I will aim to either have the subjects in full and/backs to the sun. In these types of situations, do you primarily rely on natural lighting; or would you use flash? If you would prefer to use flash to supplement the natural light, do you use it as "fill" (e.g. either dialled down flash or with camera set to aperture priority), or do you use off camera flash? If the latter, how do you position the flash (stand, cord, etc)?