What is custom photography?

Custom photography is a photo session designed to give you beautiful photographs that capture your baby in an unforced manner. Custom photography is all about being ‘personal’. You will be provided with unique and customised service.

Custom photography is quite involved for the photographer. It involves the detailed planning, setting-up, shooting and editing of your photography session. A custom photographer invests many hours in every single session. As a custom photographer, I care about capturing precious moments and want to ensure that all of my images are heirloom quality and that you will be proud to hang them on your walls.

Some view custom photography as a luxury, and indeed it is not within everyone’s budget. But as our children grow so quickly it is important that we take the time to capture these moments in images that will last forever.


Rebecca Connolly Photography specialises in Newborn, Maternity, Baby, Family and Child Photography in North Sydney and surrounding areas including but not limited to Chatswood and Sydney.

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