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You will also need a tripod for this, as having a camera handheld with long shutter speeds will make it near impossible to compose a good looking shot, without everything being blurry. I have done long exposures on rests before, such as a bridge overlook, and it worked well. You just have to make sure the camera has minimal movement during the exposure.Local photographer Emily Charais of Zollive photography is hosting the shoot at her studio in conjunction with Facebook breastfeeding advocacy group The Good Letdown.