Wedding Photography Workshop with Capture and Panasonic

Don’t miss an amazing opportunity to not only get your hands on the ground-breaking Panasonic Lumix S1 full-frame mirrorless camera during this practical, hands-on experience with multi-award-winning destination photographer, Ashley K, but also walk away with practical, useful strategies and approaches to use in your own wedding and portrait sessions.

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With close to a decade of experience under her belt shooting weddings, Ashley will guide you through all the key features and highlights of the Lumix S-series cameras and open your eyes to the endless possibilities with this flagship, workhorse camera. Each participant will have their own S1 to shoot with, along with access to a variety of Lumix pro lenses, plus expert advice from Ashley.

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© Ashley K

During the session, Ashley will run through her approach to photographing on location and show you the steps to producing compelling and emotive images. She will demonstrate proven techniques to pose naturally along with showing you how best to direct so as to help make your subjects feel comfortable in front of the camera.

© Ashley K
© Ashley K

While exploring the stunning location, shooting both indoors and outdoors with a model bride, Ashley will show you how to capture interesting and compelling images in low light situations as well as how how to find the best light to create striking, dynamic wedding portraits.

By the end of the session, you can expect to walk away with a number of brilliant pearls of wisdom to help you feel more confident in your ability to capture stunning wedding portraits.

To help ensure you start the session on the right footing, one of Panasonic’s leading technical advisors will be on hand to provide an overview of the camera’s key functions and major highlights so that you can effectively test out the capabilities of the S1 during the session.


Professional, emerging, and aspiring professional wedding and portrait photographers.


  • Sydney: Monday, 23 September
  • Melbourne: Wednesday, 25 September
  • Brisbane: Thursday, 26 September

Two identical sessions will be conducted in the afternoon. The first session will run from 1-3pm. The second will run from 3-5pm. Each session is limited to a maximum of 15 attendees. Please register for one session only.


$35 per person.


Award-winning destination wedding photographer Ashley K, Capture editor Marc Gafen, and Panasonic Product Specialist Mitch McMillan.


Each participant will be loaned a Panasonic Lumix S1 to shoot with during the session, along with access to a selection of Lumix pro lenses. Please bring your own memory card (XQD or SD). The following link lists the best memory cards for the Panasonic S1 and S1R cameras.

The ground-breaking Panasonic Lumix S1 series.



Elizabeth Bay House is one of Sydney’s architectural treasures. With commanding views over Sydney Harbour, the historic mansion is known for its distinctive colonial architecture, sweeping staircase, lavish furnishings, and lush formal garden.

Elizabeth Bay House. Exterior photo © Douglas Riley for Sydney Living Museums. Interior photos © Sydney Living Museums.
Elizabeth Bay House. Exterior photo © Douglas Riley for Sydney Living Museums. Interior photos.
© Sydney Living Museums.

Historic Villa Alba Museum in Kew provides a stunning backdrop for wedding and portrait photography. The late Victorian house is recognised for its decorative hand-painted interiors and stunning, landscaped gardens.

Images courtesy of Villa Alba Museum.
Images courtesy Russell Winnell and Villa Alba Museum.

Old Government House is one of Queensland's most important heritage buildings. Over 150 years old the original sandstone façade is complemented by a thoughtfully-restored classic interior, while surrounding lawns add a distinctive charm and serenity to the grand old building making it the perfect location for our hands-on shooting experience.

Photos by (from left) Tony Phillips, Old Government House, Sonja de Sterke. Images courtesy of Old Government House.
Photos by (from left) Tony Phillips, Old Government House, Sonja de Sterke.
Images courtesy of Old Government House.



Ashley K
Panasonic Lumix S1