Photographer Georgie Newton is encouraging women to be confident in 'getting them out' this World Breastfeeding Week.
World Breastfeeding Week is a global campaign to raise awareness and encourage action on issues related to breastfeeding.
"It's such a short fleeting time in your motherhood journey, photograph it, video it," Mrs Newton said.
"In my line of work I've heard so many times, 'oh, I wish I had photos of me feeding'. So, get them out! One day when your babies are grown, you'll wish you could go back to those days. If your baby needs to be fed, feed it. If someone doesn't like it, tell them not to look, simple."
Mrs Newton, a baby photographer from Dubbo, started capturing the 'special moment' between a mother and her baby when breastfeeding and sharing them on her social media business page.
"It's just the most beautiful connection," she said.
"The way they look down at their baby while feeding and the way their bub looks at them. One day when your babies are grown, you'll wish you could go back to those days. They are just in the most beautiful little bubble ever, in that moment no one else exists. It doesn't matter whether it is a boob or bottle, the connection is just so beautiful."
Mrs Newton said she is a big supporter of 'fed is best', but It doesn't matter how your baby gets fed, 'as long as it has a nice full tummy.'
"I do hope that one day when I hopefully have my own children I will have my own breast feed journey, and we are so lucky to have so many support systems in Dubbo and the central west to help and support women through this. Such as @mumma-be Caroline Maxwell who is a lactation and baby consultant in Narromine, and The Centre Midwifery - Rachel Bassett."