Shooting around “high Noon” is always frowned upon. Why? Because it cause too many inconsistencies with lighting. When the sun is right above your subject, their will be shadows and hightlights in places where you don’t want them. So shooting around “high Noon” is pointless but not impossible. As a photographer you have to learn to shoot in any lighting. When shooting this look I just had to make sure Lynn had her chin down and away from the sun and that was all I needed for me to keep the weird shadows on her face or some how block the sun from her face. You can also ask the model to look up towards the sun, and I will have another example of that posted on here soon.