Step Up Your Photography Game with These Three Easy Milk Bath Techniques

I've got you covered if you've ever wondered how to create your own milk bath photography! 

1. Fill your tub with water, then add instant milk. The amount of milk you use depends on how large your bathtub is and how opaque you want the water. You can usually find instant milk in the baking or baby aisle at your local grocery store. 

2. Consider your lighting because overhead lighting will reflect in the water. I suggest experimenting with natural light from a window. If you don't have a window, milk is reflective, and a flash will make your bath look whiter than it really is. 

3. Use REAL flowers! Artificial flowers are too heavy to float, and most will dye the watercolors. Real flowers are the way to go. 

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