Cathelene and I have been shooting frequently over the last two months, but one of our favorite shoots was a very simple one, involving a quart of heavy whipping cream and a gallon of whole milk.
Cat and I each chose four of our favorites to share here – leave a comment and let us know what you think!
Texture was the name of the game, despite how overtly sexual some of these photos seem. I honestly hadn’t thought about it, and was mostly interested in how the cream would almost stain her dark skin, how it would stick, even after most of it had run off her body. The gallon of whole milk was used for more of a splatter effect, my thoughts being that the cream would be better for river-like coverage, but whole milk is not nearly as heavy, and it wouldn’t stick quite the same. I think we achieved exactly what we’d set out to accomplish, and then some!
That second-to-last shot is on display at the Artel Gallery in downtown Pensacola until the end of October, having received an Honorable Mention from the judge of the Grass is Always Greener show Sept-Oct 2019. This print has been matted and framed and is for sale! Contact the gallery for more information on purchasing at (850) 432-3080.