The Best Candid Family Photographer in Sydney

It’s the time of year when family photos can make you feel a little nostalgic. Where has the year gone? How are my babies so big already?

Last Winter, my husband and I decided it was time to do a family photo session and wanted to find a phenomenal photographer who could also make everyone look and feel fantastic.

I first met Gaby through a family member and our children had played together regularly. Gaby is a loving and fun person and I had always secretly wanted her to take our photos – her Instagram posts are just gorgeous.

I finally built up the courage and asked Gaby if she would photograph our family. She was thrilled to do it and kindly squeezed us into her very busy schedule.

The shoot took place on a bitterly cold but sunny afternoon in August. Our three hectic and crazy children loved performing for the camera and I didn’t feel at all self-conscious. Gaby captured moments we will treasure for years to come and we love looking at these high quality images.


Gaby lives in Sydney with her husband and two daughters. She is a natural light portrait photographer with a passion for yogis and families. When Gaby is not taking amazing photos, she can be found at the playground, drinking tea or teaching yoga, specialising in pre and postnatal yoga. 

Gaby says “It’s a total passion of mine. I love getting to know women throughout their journeys of pregnancy and early motherhood.

Gabriela Fearn
photo credit: Kylie Mills

Those lucky enough to do a family portrait session with Gaby will be amazed by how she captures the smiles and the fun of your family in an extremely beautiful way. Check out more of her newborn images here.

Newborn shoot by Gabriela Fearn

Whether your session takes place outside at a park or in your home, her casual approach and conversation has a way of making you feel comfortable so she can capture those real emotions and interactions.

For more information or to contact Gaby, visit her website:


    1. I loved our session together 🙂

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