You’ve gathered your images and are ready to embark on the journey of turning your memories into a keepsake to treasure forever.
We've rounded up the best wedding tips to help you plan your celebration of love to perfection.
"Everyone has a different truth of the world and for some humans its size only includes a couple of villages". Antonio reflects on his first solo journey to Kenya.
Two decades of New York City street photography come together to form this truly impressive body of work.
We've rounded up the 7 best wedding blogs to help you plan your celebration of love to perfection.
Discover the must-have books that will become the most treasured in your collection.
When you design and print shared memories and moments, you create a gift from the heart. This Christmas, create something that you know will be treasured forever.
Our custom Jackets are available to add-on with our Premium Photo Book range. Discover how you can protect your precious memories in style.
Make your next holiday one spent exploring nature in all it's glory. Add these beautiful parks from around the globe to your must-visit list.
Fall is full of photographic opportunity. Discover our guide to capturing it all, from the small moments spent snuggled by the fire to the amazing scenes out in nature.
Helpful tips for decluttering your living space and focusing on what's really important to you.
New designer templates give you more options for your book cover. Start your story right.
Discover the latest upgrades to our range of photo books and albums.
Inside a father-daughter safari around Tanzania. Terry and Amanda spent quality time touring Africa and taking great photos.
The story of Eilidh and Ryan's beautiful snowy wedding in Scotland.
"10 December, 2016 was the most incredible day and it was absolutely filled with laughter, people and love." Jamie tells the story of her beautiful day.
Allen and his wife marked their wedding anniversary with a trip around the world.
Discover the story of Jo & Taner's special day spent celebrating with family and friends. A Moleskine wedding book was the perfect choice for this cool couple.
"One feedback I always get is the surprise that a woman is traveling by herself." Olga prefers traveling alone; it pushes her out of her comfort zone and challenges her to be more open.
That's how Jenny describes her wedding day: "Sophisticated, elegant, and fun!" See how this combination produced what looked like an amazing day filled with love.
"I take photos to capture the moment, to freeze a little piece of it forever." Read more about why Lara started creating her now diverse collection.
Tom and his wife took a month off work to immerse themselves in Southeast Asia.
After traveling all over his American homeland, Jason chose England for his first trip abroad.
Susanne returned to Naples where she once again fell in love with the cinematic city and its people.
The story of Hayley and Hayden's simple wedding day spent with close friends and family.
Real life, real moments, real people—these are the things that interest Joshua; these are the things he focuses on when he travels the globe.
One day, a million emotions. Emily tells the story of the laughter, tears, love and pure joy of her wedding day.
Tegan and John didn't let a little rain ruin their wedding day. In fact, "it could not have been more perfect."
Between 1892 and 1954, 12 million people immigrated to the US via Ellis Island. John takes us through the island's abandoned hospital complex where 1.2 million were treated.
The fruits of hard work; this commercial photographer squeezed all he could out of his business trip to Iceland and this book proves it.
An Indian ceremony and a civil ceremony, all in one day.
An intimate ceremony in Italy highlighting love and family.
The Wild - Where your travels take you when you want something a little different to your "everyday".
The Garofano family spent almost 2 years on the road; exploring, learning, growing, and discovering. Together.
Alissa and Karim were married among the beautiful redwoods in the Fall. Go inside their gorgeous wedding.
A relaxed wedding featuring a barefoot bride and groom celebrating their love on a sandy shore.
Get ready to spring-clean your digital photo library with these 5 tips.
We sat down with photographer Clair to discover why she's taking a photo a day, what it's taught her and get her advice for starting a challenge of your own.
MILK Founder Geoff Blackwell wanted to surprise his dad with a gift that truly captured just how loved he was by his family. Discover how this simple wish became the spark that started MILK Books.
Photos are a snapshot of time. A memory frozen in place forever. Here are 6 photo ideas to help you freeze the right moments.
Buying for Dad can be tricky, let us help you make Father's Day truly special with these 6 great gift ideas.
As a family photographer, Juliette believes in "telling honest stories to pass down to our kids".
This one's for the DIY newlywed looking for some insight into creating a great wedding album. Art director and recent groom Joseph Paul takes us through his simple process.
A week spent eating, playing, and celebrating family under the stars.
A fun day exploring the Garden of Versailles. Ice cream treats, orange juice and sunshine make for great adventures and an unforgettable childhood memory.
A destination wedding in San Miguel del Allende, Mexico. 4 days of celebrating family, friends, love and the happy couple.
The best of both worlds; Moleskine and MILK, Canada and Portugal, family and adventure.
We've all heard of the traditional photo albums that line ones shelves. Let us introduce you to the little known wonders that everyone should be creating.
New life, blossoming flowers, and more daylight hours make spring the perfect time to get outside with your camera. Here are our tips and tricks to capturing those great spring moments.
Johnny re-experiences the place he used to call home, this time as a father. Read why he decided to make this beautiful book.
Are you about to embark on an exciting trip? Read this guide to getting the best from your photos.
Tips from our community of photography lovers to help you get the most out of every moment.
Our guide to photographing the beautiful little details of your day-to-day.
A golden night of golden love: celebrating 50 years of Wally & Della Schaefer.
Natural, raw and relaxed—that's how Jamie described the style of her wedding. Read the story behind her wedding album and see how this style translates through each stunning photo.
We’ve put together our photo taking tips for ensuring you capture the moments that make your family unique.
A modern baby book that captures more than milestones – How one photographer curated photos for her son’s first years.
The MILK Inspiration Series is here to inspire your next project.
The story of a life-changing trip to Thailand. One month, 14 friends, and endless photographic possibilities.
Our new metal gallery frames are delivered ready to hang. Beautify your home by bringing your cherished memories into your everyday spaces.
Our most popular album paper now has new add-on. Choose a high gloss laminate finish for extra protection and to make your images pop.
A solo road trip from Portland to Los Angeles with not much beyond a camera, a loose plan and the freedom to stop and explore the places between.
Traveling to Kerala, India to document a pepper harvest - how about that for a unique work story?
Jami and her partner Sam made the most out of their long distance relationship by meeting halfway in exotic places. Read more about their travels.
World traveller Anne Stikvoort stopped by to give us her tips on making a great travel keepsake.
Discover the latest upgrades to our design studio software.
A classic road trip with the whole family (even the dog). Camping, hiking and all the fun that comes with an action-packed summer.
A stunning series in black and white, read more on this showcase of ballerinas as they pose outside of their natural environment.
A beautiful couple, an intimate ceremony, and a breathtaking Italian venue; this wedding album is gorgeous. Read more about the story behind it.
Two gruelling activities. Seemingly opposite and yet in many ways strikingly similar.
"The most challenging six days I have had". Read about Becarra's hard-won experience in the ranges of Tanzania.
Seattle and her camera have been a package deal since she was 11 years old. Read her story behind 13 years of travel photography.
Being submerged, being under, being between; it's this state of 'not quite' that fascinates Kirralea and drives her photography.
What started as a hike with friends became a day that will never be forgotten. A beautiful backdrop for a beautiful story.
Like all good stories, this one was inspired by wine (and a drive to explore somewhere new).
What do you get someone who has it all? The opportunity to reflect on the meaningful stuff; family, friends, and bad haircuts.
A couple's travels, from Iceland to Spain to the Czech Republic. Both pro photographers, they capture beauty wherever they land.
Each piece inspired by a creative whim, by life and family, by what lay in the corner of the eye.
To the places that steal your heart. Anette got local Pedro's story. We got hers.
One van, half a plan, and a whole lotta open road.
A love story spanning over half a century. An epic to be preserved and told for another half century, and another.
Jean didn't start writing poetry until she was in her late seventies. Raw, real and refreshing, each poem is a piece of her.
A beautiful couple, a magical day and a fresh take on "tying the knot". Read the story behind Lauren & Joshua's amazing wedding.
"Work hard, play hard"; the motto of a photographer trying to balance adventure and reality while in pursuit of the perfect shot.
Family trips, school events, moving house, and everything else that fits into 12 months (and the pages of a photo book).
Life is full of adventures, both big and small. Here are 7 tips to ensuring you best capture your next adventure.
Whether you're an experienced book maker or a first time creator, whether you have a book in progress or sitting in the basket—here are some great reasons to try us.
We couldn't let these customer projects go unseen, so we've decided to showcase our amazing runners up for Book of the Month.
There’s just not enough time in the day. We’re not time-poor, we’re time-destitute. So I won’t waste a precious second more—here’s 5 tips to creating your photo book or album fast.
We asked university students "What does creativity mean to you?" as part of our scholarship initiative. The answers were astonishing.
The first rule of creative expression is there are no rules. But a few helpful tips wouldn’t go amiss. Here are some tips to making a creative photo book.
Everyone has the ability to make art. All you need is a blank canvas and a drive to create. Let these customer works inspire your next work of art.
Announcing the arrival of medium albums—the newest addition to our Premium range.
Discover more about the binding processes we use to create our photo books and albums.
About to start creating? Make sure you've got the right format for you.
At MILK, we believe in celebrating those big moments, those milestone events. Let these customer-made milestone albums inspire your own.
The MILK Premium Landscape Photo Book is our customers most loved format. Read on to find out why.
When you first met your beloved pet and looked into those big round eyes, you knew they were the one for you. Sound familiar? Here are 5 tips to celebrating your furry friends with a pet book or album…
At MILK, we always feel honored when our customers entrust us to make their precious wedding albums. Here are six wedding albums that really inspired us, now let them inspire you.
Families come in many shapes and sizes but whether you were brought together by nature or design, I think we can all agree that when we think of the word family, we think of love.
Learn 6 ways to commemorate your special day beyond the traditional wedding album. Create your collection.
We've put together our top tips for capturing your best travel moments on your phone. A must-read for every traveller and every smartphone user.
Your wedding book or album is something you will cherish forever. It’s that keepsake you can turn to time and time again to relive some of the happiest moments of your life.
Few things bring us more joy than seeing the beautiful moments of love our customers are preserving in MILK books. Here are some recent love stories our customers have kindly shared.
Christmas is a time for celebrating family and friends and so we've picked our favorite customer books and albums to do just that.
British freelance Photographer and designer Lucy-Jane filled us in on why she believes creating travel photo books are so important and why she loves using MILK Books to create them.
Growing plants and flowers has always been part of my life, as long as I can remember. I must have been five or six, sowing my first batch of some simple annual; I remember looking each day at the lit…
I was the youngest of six children in a working-class Catholic family. There was no tradition of art among my family. I think I took pictures in my mind from when I was a child, but my first serious e…
I went to Cuba in 1992 and it was love at first sight, for the island and the people. I realized after a few trips that Cuba reminded me so much of my wonderful childhood in Sicily. Time had stopped i…
It is the sum of little influences in my life that made me turn into a photographer. When I was about fifteen or sixteen I was influenced by seeing the movie Blow-Up by...
I trained as a painter and love paintings, but I found that the physical aspect of the medium did not suit me. I did not like the messiness of handling pigments, oil and turpentine. I still think like…
I’ve done photography my whole working life. It is what I do. I used to like it a lot but it has changed a lot. I like the idea of being able to capture a moment in time, but all that has changed now…
I’ve been passionate about photography for most of my life, although I originally trained as a printer. I responded to and thought about photography from the age of eight, when I first picked up a Box…
I have been seduced by photography since I made my first prints in sixth grade. I printed negatives my father sent me from his travels around the world—the South American jungle, the Kremlin, Africa.…
We spoke to blogger Anna Konevskaya and got her tips and tricks to turning your extensive photo collection into a really great photo book.
A veritable delight for the eyes and the emotions - that’s the goal of any wedding book. Read our insider tips on how to select the wedding photos that make your book shine.
Have you ever stood before a beautiful vista and wanted to capture the majesty, only to have the photo fall woefully short? If so, we can help with the following camera tips and tricks.
Family photos are some of life’s most cherished possessions. Here are just a few reasons why creating a family album is a worthwhile exercise for every member of the family.
We are photographers with doubts. When we first started, we were working in a more traditional mode – we thought of ourselves as documentarians, producing socially concerned...
When I was young I think I looked at science to explain the world around me, and at some point in my early teenage years it failed to do that for me; and then the arts became a medium...
I started painting as a young man and graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in painting with a watercolor emphasis. I know this background affected the way I approach...
It seems like I have spent my entire life beneath the surface. I first looked underwater when I was eight years old. I took my first successful picture when I was twelve. From my earliest memory there…
I had wanted to become a magazine photographer when I matriculated in 1948. However, at that time there was virtually no magazine photography in South Africa. For a short while I apprenticed...
I didn’t go to photography school. I never wanted to be a reportage photographer or anything like that, and I became a photographer by accident. I borrowed a camera on a trip to Russia...
I started out just taking pictures. I was fifteen and a half. They were pictures of the neighbors, friends, and so forth. Eventually I got into it more. It became a career and I’ve been doing it ever…
I started out as a photojournalist when there was a lot of unemployment. To get work I volunteered to shoot for various groups. I also assisted a photographer. I learned how to print a kilo...
It is one thing to photograph a group of people, it is another to try to understand them. For that you need time, and patience, and an innate respect for difference – the gulf between your own religio…
I started my career as a hyper-realistic illustrator, working by hand on advertising and film posters. When the computers became faster and more popular, I moved my skills...
I have been making images longer than I’ve been making music. I was ten years old when my father showed me the magic that photography represents. I have never, ever forgotten that feeling:...
I developed intuitively. Through accidents, luck, and love of photography I’ve come to this point. I have always been more interested by how the world works than by fiction or the supernatural. My wor…
What’s driving me in how my images look? It reflects what I am feeling at a particular time, and the reality of the world I live in, even the day-to-day light. When I moved to California...
I connect to things in a visceral way. There are things that surprisingly move me and often I am shocked at the unpredictable character of these things. The camera is a reflex for me, it rises...
I started with an interest in all the arts—literature, painting, sculpture, design—but photography was the one that allowed me to use my creativity in the best way. I love people and I love being able…
I did not start with just photography and I am not ending up with it, as I make films as well, but it has been the dominant expression for me. I went to Harvard, not art school, and studied social stu…
I always start from the place of an idea. I don’t walk into a photoshoot without an idea at hand, a possibility of where I want to go – perhaps just the format and the energy, or perhaps something rea…
I had two 4x5 cameras that I used for jobs and they were stolen from a car in Milan when I went for lunch. All they left was the big bag with the 8x10. I hadn’t used it then, but it was like a sign of…
I am a photographer because I’ve been one for so long now that it’s all I know. It’s thus by default what I’m best at. The more time passes the greater my admiration for other professions, more concre…
I made my first pictures as a seventeen-year-old student at a traditional New England boarding school. I volunteered to edit the yearbook, and the job led me to my medium by...
I am more of an “imaginator” than an old-school photographer. To be a photographer today you must think of your image and then produce it. I am not a reporter. I imagine the image that...
I was working at a clothing store, living in Los Angeles – no training or involvement with photography at the time. I was complaining about the money I was making to a friend of mine...
Sometimes I look at my work and how people read it, and it has no relationship to what I might have experienced in taking the picture or what I might get from it. There’s no absolute truth in what a p…
Coming from a graphics background was the best thing for my photography: it taught me to appreciate design and to understand where art directors are coming from. In many ways, I....
I had a vocation. I knew my destiny by the time I was eighteen. I was in the navy, standing on a ship crossing the Atlantic, standing guard at three in the morning in a storm, and I was miserable and…
I have always been uncomfortable with the phrase “taking pictures.” I think it’s all wrong. Mostly I think there is an understanding that takes place during a portrait session between the photographer…
Taking a picture was initially an almost voyeuristic thing. At the beginning I was not given the opportunity to do big projects, but I would be commissioned to go and photograph somebody...
As a child I loved picture books and at school I looked at fashion magazines a lot – they were comics of photography for me. Fashion photography seemed the only photography...
Old photographs are an incredibly meaningful part of each family’s unique journey. Read how you can scan them to turn them into a beautiful keepsake.
A book’s title will introduce the story and set the tone for the experience. Make sure you pick a good one. If you need some title inspiration, look no further.
The MILK Design Studio has hundreds of features designed to make creating books simple and quick. To learn more about them, click through to watch our tutorial video series.
Every day, hundreds of customers turn their most precious memories into beautiful MILK Photo Books and Albums. We've picked some of our favorites to inspire you and your next project.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. Here's how to capture it perfectly and achieve flawless wedding photos in 7 easy-to-follow steps.
Chaotic days and sleepless nights, those early years are somehow both exhaustively long and over in a flash. Make sure you preserve each precious moment with the perfect baby book.