I have had many people ask about how I do my milk bath sessions and today I thought I would give a little peek into how I do mine! In this I will go over my setup and my techniques that leads to the final product. With that said, there is no “wrong way” so altering the methods to reflect more your style is highly recommended!
When I began doing these it was out of pure curiosity and something outside the box to try. I had only been doing sessions professionally for 8 months. Never in a million years did I think it would become one of my most sought after sessions! So know that no matter if you have been behind the camera for a short time or for years, you too can create these beautiful sessions with a little bit of practice!
I loved reading this as I’ve never really thought about the “tricks” involved. Makes me want to practice a set up. Thank you
Hi! What lens are you using for this shoot? I am a newbie photog and currently use a 50mm on my crop sensor Nikon. I have the same bathroom set up and am wondering what lens would be best for this shoot? Thanks!
You did a great job writing this article, you explained milk baths very well!
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Im curious about the temperature of the water. I know when I was pregnant 30yrs ago lol my doctor told me to refrain from bathing as it could cause contractions. The photos are beautiful and the women look very relaxed. Nice work.
It’s always best to have clients check with their doctors if they are concerned about a milk bath session.