Milk Bath | San Diego Family Photographer

May 17, 2016 | Children, Family

With my mother and mother in laws’ birthdays coming up (within two weeks of each other actually), I had the perfect oportunity to try out the Milk Bath session on my two girls to use for their presents.  Both girls loved it! Once the session was over, my eldest decided to pulverize the flowers and made for quite the interesting cleanup in the bathroom hahah (I wasn’t laughing at that moment).  I plan to do this session again, maybe with my girls again or with two other models, but next time I’m sure to do it in a tub with a window for better lighting.

PS the grandmothers loved how they turned out. I had them printed on 3×3 cubes with one image per side.


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When you’re relaxed, having fun, or showing your true love how much you love them, your emotions are authentic and natural. Your photos should capture these natural moments in meaningful ways, without forced smiles and fake poses.