This is a nice little pair of movies that show you how to do some small, but important Photoshop fixes to make a shot just a little bit better... or way better depending on the shot.
Shooting in the shade is an excellent way to get some soft lighting. However, the light can create a flat capture that needs a little push to make it sparkle. In this shot the light was directional from a large light gray building that is over my right shoulder, and was giving a nice amount of light that was somewhat flat, but still with a bit of direction to it. You can see the shadows made by the directional light behind her legs.