Wedding Workshop: Brisbane
Thanks to everyone who attended our 2019 wedding workshop series in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in September. We plan to bring you more workshops next year. Keep an eye on capturemag.com.au for more details in 2020.
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to join award-winning wedding photographer Ashley K and Capture editor Marc Gafen during a practical wedding portrait shoot and get your hands on the ground-breaking new Panasonic Lumix S1 full-frame mirrorless camera.
Our Brisbane workshops will be at historic Old Government House, a Brisbane architectural landmark and the perfect backdrop for this unique photo shoot.
WHAT TO EXPECT
With close to a decade of professional experience shooting weddings Ashley K will share her approach to photographing wedding portraits and, with the help of a model bride, demonstrate the finer points of setting up your shot, finding the best light and directing your subjects so they feel comfortable – and look natural – in front of the camera.
Each participant will be loaned a Panasonic Lumix S1 to shoot with, along with access to a selection of Lumix pro lenses and expert advice to help you get the most out of the camera.
Attendees will have plenty of time to shoot their own images and ask questions throughout the session. The event is designed to help you learn, explore and develop your creative and technical skills.
Photos © Ashley K.
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.
Old Government House is part of QUT's Gardens Point campus, next to the City Botanic Gardens. Demand on public car parks in the CBD is extremely high. We recommend travelling by taxi, ride share or public transport where possible. QUT Gardens Point is very well serviced by public transport, including CityCat, buses and trains.
Photos by (from left) Tony Phillips, Old Government House, Sonja de Sterke. Images courtesy Old Government House.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Professional, emerging and aspiring professional wedding and portrait photographers.
Thursday 26 September 2019. 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.
Meet outside The Billiard Room. (See image below.)
$35 per person.
WHO WILL BE THERE
Award-winning destination wedding photographer Ashley K, Capture editor Marc Gafen and Panasonic Product Specialist Mitch McMillan.
WHAT TO BRING
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 a fast memory card (XQD or SD) with sufficient capacity for around one hour of shooting. The ideal memory cards for the Panasonic S1 and S1R cameras are listed here. You do not need to bring a tripod or any other camera accessories.