For the record, I metered at around /125 and then stopped it down faster a few stops so that I wouldn't have the sun blowing out (too bright) on the back of the subject. Plus, I knew I would be adding a flash to fill in the underexposed areas. This is a nice trick, because then the background is also a bit underexposed and doesn't get all the attention it would if it too bright. So, I add a flash to the right. While the sun is coming in camera left, the flash was placed directly opposite. No umbrella, just straight flash. I put it on manual and stopped it to 1/16 power. Here's the difference..
I zoomed in a bit to 55mm and found a bee for the final shot.
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I have added this photographers blog to my reader for some inspiration on lighting examples of weddings. He's got some good stuff. I would be interested what the source of light was for the front of this subject. Definitely the sun is behind her, but is it a flash or a bounce reflector in front??? Very possibly, there was someone holding a reflector down in the lower right, but he may have added this dark feature in photoshop to cover that person. We may never know.