The variety one can find in man-made structures across the globe is fascinating. These different architectural designs make for interesting photographs, and this week we feature a group of Sony shooters who have an eye for capturing incredible architecture at all angles and posting their shots on Instagram. Check out their work and give them a follow. Tag your own Sony shots on Instagram with #BeAlpha for the chance to be featured on AlphaUniverse.com, and give @sonyalpha a follow for your daily dose of creative inspiration.
Tag your Sony shots with #BeAlpha for the chance to be featured on AlphaUniverse.com, and follow @sonyalpha for your daily dose of Sony inspiration.
Tobi Shinobi – @tobishinobi
Tobi ‘Tobi Shinobi’ Shonibare is an award-winning international photographer and videographer currently based between London and Chicago. A member of the Sony Alpha Imaging Collective, Tobi has a high focus on detail, perspective, geometry and symmetry. When you check out his Instagram you'll see how he captures a wide variety of architecture at all angles. Give him a follow for more interesting perspectives like the shot below he took in Atlanta.
Kevin Ornelas – @kevin.ornelas
Kevin is a cinematographer/photographer and another member of the Alpha Collective. His Instagram account has an eclectic mix of photography including cityscape, street, portrait and more. We couldn’t pass up this beautiful photo he posted of the Stained Glass Tower located in the Hakone Open-Air Museum in Japan. He captured it using his Sony α7R III.
Jerome Silvere – @21streetz
Jerome is a freelance photographer from Brussels, Belgium. He specializes in cityscape, architecture and urban Photography, and that’s what you’ll find as you scroll through his account. He focuses on creating stories through his photographs and has captured some truly impressive architectural designs from all over the world. He took this one in Germany using his Sony α7R III and Sony 12-24mm f/4 G lens.
Adrian – @adrian_cw
On Adrian’s Instagram account you’ll find a colorful array of street, cityscape, architecture and neon photos. He often finds angles that capture uncommon perspectives of popular areas, making his photos stand out from others. He took this shot below of a 5-intersection highway in Japan using his Sony α7 II and Sony 16-35mm f/4 lens.
Rae Jacob – @reijeikobu
Rae Jacob is based in Florida and posts street and architecture photography on his account. His photography puts the the intricate designs of many modern man-made structures on display. The shot below was taken in Miami, Florida using his Sony α6400. Check out his account for more architecture shots with the α6400.