The Lightedpixels Wedding Photography Workshop Sep 2017

2017 SEP Workshop SIN

The Better Photographer

I have always found joy in teaching and sharing and if I wasn’t a photographer, I would have loved to be a teacher. After conducting workshops in Tokyo, Osaka and Bali, we started our very first local wedding photography workshop here in Singapore earlier this year and it was sold out within 3 days. We have since had requests to conduct a second workshop. Today, we are delighted to share with you that we will be organising another workshop this year.

Since starting Lightedpixels more than 13 years ago, there is so much I have learned and experienced. It is my aim to share with you all that I have learned in setting up and running a successful wedding photography brand, especially here in Asia. I am also thankful and honored to be a part of a global photographers’ network, the Beloved Collective, as a teacher. There is a wealth of knowledge and teaching materials used and shared. A part of this workshop will be dedicated to sharing Moment Design techniques. Techniques that would help transform the way you view your environment and in turn transform the way you shoot. As the first and only Asian teacher presently, this would be a great opportunity to discover for yourselves, here in Asia, the techniques that have inspired many leading photographers here and around the world.

The Better Photographer workshop, aims to help you improve not just your photography techniques but also the processes that happen before and after the shoot. There will be a practical shooting session with subjects to demonstrate what is shared and taught. It also aims to help you build a successful and lasting business. Whether you are just starting out or have been doing this for a few years now, I look forward to sharing my knowledge on how to kick-start and maintain a successful photography brand. Another important component of the workshop is Destination Photography. I do a lot of it! I have put together a section to help you plan for one. The class size will be kept small and intimate to facilitate meaningful teaching. More importantly, I am confident we will take away more than just knowledge from the workshop, friendships and bonds will be formed.

Once again, I am extremely thankful to the kind support of Sony and the Watabe Group – Sony for the loan of cameras and lenses for participants to try out and the Watabe Group for the provision of the amazing Alcove at Caldwell House, the venue of our workshop.

Kelvin Koh



Limited places. The class size is kept small for more impactful learning.

Bookings commence 16 August, 2017 at 12pm, Singapore time.


Course Fee

S$980 (An early bird discounted price of S$780 for sign ups before 31 August, 2017 at 12pm)

Venue: Alcove @ Caldwell House (Singapore)


All participants should have their own camera system.

For more information, please email


About Kelvin Koh

Kelvin began his photography journey in 2003 and registered Lightedpixels in 2006. Lightedpixels got off to a bright start, winning a number of international wedding photography awards that very year. It was also recognised by the Singapore Tatler in its Best of Singapore list, and it has been so for 11 years running. The Singapore-based photography studio has also gone on to influence a whole generation of photographers both within and outside of Singapore, with their brand and style of photography.

Kelvin’s works have been exhibited and published in numerous local and international magazines. Besides growing the studio into one of the most sought after photography brands in the region, Kelvin has also managed to grow his family. He has recently become a father yet again, for the fifth time. Despite the noise and chaos at home, he and his lovely wife, Elizabeth, will not trade that for anything else in the world.

Kelvin is also part of the Beloved Collective and is the only teacher based in Asia. He hopes to dedicate more time educating and sharing his knowledge and experience. He is also a member of #sonyalphaprofessionals and is proudly sponsored by Sony.

“Kelvin’s Lightedpixels Wedding Photography Workshop is one of the most enriching seminars I have ever attended. Learning from one of the greatest masters in this wedding photography era has always been on my bucket list. Hence when the opportunity came, I immediately signed up for the course. Compacting his immense wedding photography experience into a 2-days workshop, Kelvin’s class was insightful, yet entertaining and light-hearted. Apart from sharing about the technical aspects of photography and trending styles, Kelvin was also open and honest in sharing the ups and downs of his photography journey. Kudos to Kelvin and Co for facilitating this educative workshop. Thank you.”

~ Stan Goh, Stanstills Photography
“The workshop with Kelvin was beneficial in many ways as we got to learn not only how Kelvin goes about doing photography, but also how he manages the business aspects of it. We could also see how Kelvin interacts with his couple during a short shooting session, as he applies what we have learnt from the first day of the workshop.

Kelvin is also a very open minded mentor, who is willing to share with an open heart. Having been followers of Lightedpixels’ works, it was a good opportunity for us to get up close and learn from him personally in the way he conducts his shoots as well as the aspects of running the business. It was definitely a fun and fulfilling time.”

~ Team Smittenpixels

“Kelvin Koh is a true inspiration. I started noticing his work around 8 years back when I first ventured into the wedding photography business. His work has been consistently amazing through out the years and his work never ceases to amaze me even till today. I love the mood of his images and how well he frame his subject yet making it looks so casual. Hat’s off to you Kelvin ! Keep up the good work and many thanks for being a friend.”

~ Mun Keat, MunKeat Photography


~ by Kelvin on August 13, 2017.

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