Hi everyone, I have a couple of questions. First, I am trying to accomplish taking portraits outside in aperture mode with a low f-stop such as 2.8 to get quite a bit of blur in the background for the shot. At this setting the camera automatically puts me at a shutter speed of 1/1000. When I don't use my SB 600 the picture turns out perfect. Great! However, with these shots I would like to have my SB 600 turned on for fill flash for shadows on their faces but as soon as I do that the shot is way over-exposed, naturally. Is there a way to get this shot at such a low aperture with a flash or is raising the f-stop my only choice with flash or maybe just deal with the shadows and keep the flash turned off? My SB is turned to the lowest exposure and zoom possible. Secondly I have tried to do this in manual mode but when I have this aperture at 2.8 the camera only allows me to have the max shutter speed of 200. Why can't I get the shutter speed any higher in manual mode? I have a Nikon D90. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I'm really confused after learning that using flash is good for fill flash on faces and that a low aperture is great for portraits. Thanks.