Make Water Look Like Milk(chocolate & White) In A Tub

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  1. jayel55

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    Hi I am doing a shoot for someone in 2 weekes but they want me to take the shot in a tub of chocolate milk. now i know how expensive that could be with real milk being as though a tub has to be about 40gals. so is there a short cut way of doing this besides photo shopping?

    Thank you,

    Jay
     
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    Uh...

    They want themselves in a tub of milk?

    I think they probably want that creamy look, of the brown and white swirling, etc... milk's just going to run, it's not cream.
     
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    Sounds kinky...lol
     
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    :lmao: ^^
     
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    Yes they want to be in the tub
     
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    yeah i already to her to be rdy to have alot of patience with this shot b/c of the fact i realized the milk isn't as stable as cream
     
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    Pudding would be swirl better. (and be more slippery):lol:
     
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    Ok im going to rephrase this, what is the most economical way to make a chocolate milk bath for a photoshoot in a bath tub
     
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    Dump a can of cocoa mix in the water, maybe add a gallon of milk too.
     
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    Food coloring ? Some cheap dye ? Or use a powerful ringlight ?
     
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    sounds good ill see if the brown food coloring will work...

    thnx for the idea
     
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    I was going to suggest pudding in water too. It needs to be cold water to make it thick and you might have to experiment...and if she is a girl, well she needs to REALLY clean up afterward...so gross (sorry!)
     

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