> >A slow shutter speed (say 1 second), in broad daylight, at ISO >100 or 200 will be overexposed. > >An example of this is the great pics of flowing water that >depict motion. > >You could use a ND filter, >You could wait for dusk, >OR, Nikon could give it to us with a real low ISO.
Just checking to see if you knew.
Why not just move the camera a little. You know, on purpose. I'm actually pretty good at panning folks running (showing the runners mostly in focus and the background blurred). Not too good at holding the camera steady, so I often get motion blur without trying.