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Break Out Of A Creative Rut: 5 YouTube Channels You Should Subscribe To

When we’re in a creative rut, nothing sparks inspiration more than looking at work you admire. And what’s better than hearing from those photographers and filmmakers? Watching YouTube videos from other photographers can help you solve technical problems, break out of your creative rut and learn something new! We’ve compiled a list of great Sony photographers making fascinating YouTube videos. Make sure you check them out and click that subscribe button! And of course, don’t forget to subscribe to Sony Alpha Universe on YouTube.

Ready to break out of a creative rut? Find creative inspiration from this group of Sony shooters on YouTube.

André Dyntar

André Dyntar is a Filmmaker from Germany. Dyntar makes YouTube videos “to inspire other people to go out into the world and see what it has to offer.” His channel is full of cinematic travel adventures as well as lessons in video editing. Dyntar’s channel is a one-stop-shop for inspiration and tips on creating a cinematic travel vlog all your own! We love this vignette of his trip to Amsterdam shot on the Sony Alpha 7 III.

Sam Rino

Nature and wildlife photographer, Sam Rino makes vlogs where he tries out different tools and techniques within Sony systems and teaches his audience how to use them effectively. He’s not afraid to make mistakes and talk about the lessons learned; he’s also not afraid to mix humor into his videos! He typically shoots on the Sony Alpha 1 and a variety of Sony lenses. In the video below he walks through Sony clear Image zoom and talks about how it is an amazing tool for video. If you’re a wildlife photographer, you’ll love his channel!

Elina Osborne

Elina Osborne is a filmmaker based in Auckland, New Zealand. She describes herself as a fan of “long walks.” But that’s a bit of an understatement. Osborne has thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) - a hiking trail that spans 2,650 miles (4,265 kilometers) from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon, and Washington. And she vlogged her entire journey. Hiking for months on end requires carrying all your equipment, so Osborne made her videos with the lightweight Sony Alpha 7S II and the Sony 35mm f/2.8. Since that epic trip, she’s done other crazy long hikes and vlogged those adventures as well. Check out the video below to see her first week on the PCT!

Jon Bodhi

Photographer and filmmaker Jon Bodhi makes travel videos and teaches people about filmmaking and photography. His YouTube channel includes a variety of video topics. From editing, workflow, camera reviews, and photography tips - you’ll be able to learn a lot about becoming a better photographer and videographer. Then, you’ll be able to gain inspiration and artistic ideas through his vlogs. For example, the video below is full of eye-catching B-Roll from Bodhi’s solo trip to Japan shot on his Sony Alpha 7 III. Subscribe to his channel for tips and ideas!

Christina Redd

Content creator and filmmaker Christina Redd makes YouTube videos about her journey in underwater photography. Starting from practicing her bathtub to her first time diving with her camera - she shows all the struggles and triumphs along the way. Redd adds a lot of self-deprecating humor, making it feel like you’re watching a good friend. This video documents her diving with sharks and attempting to photograph them with her Sony Alpha 7 III and Sony 16-35mm f/4.

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