Since the dawn of YouTube, the platform has been a place for creators to come together, share work and learn from each other. And with all the incredible shooters sharing work on YouTube, there is no better way to spend an afternoon than binging awesome content. Check out how TikTokers are veering toward long form content, how filmmakers are putting their Sony cameras and lenses to the test, and how gear is holding up after a year or two. Head over to YouTube and see what’s going on – we even found a list of great creators to get you started. And if you want to delve even more into the magical world of Sony, check out the Alpha Universe YouTube Channel!
See how these creators are making content worth watching for YouTube.
Kate Glavan is a 24-year-old vlogger and content creator. She focuses on running, health, and wellness. She is a HOKA Global Athlete Ambassador and co-host of the podcast Sea Moss Girlies. She has grown a following on TikTok by sharing her life as a runner. She’s also recently delved into longer form content by launching a YouTube Channel! It’s been fun to see how she changes her vlogs for a different platform. She shoots her YouTube videos on the Sony RX100 VII.
Danny Gevirtz is a director and cinematographer who makes YouTube videos showcasing all the work that goes on behind the making of films. He breaks down storyboarding, gear, selecting music, post production, and much more on his channel. The video below shows a short, cinematic and humorous day in his life. Gevirtz shot this on the Sony FX3 and the Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master, we love how it turned out!
Reilín Joey is a young dutch-english director & editor with a passion for dynamic visuals & exciting storytelling, always aiming for high-end results with a fresh & minimalistic approach to working on set. He recently went to Morocco and shot a short film on the Sony ZV-E1; the video below breaks down his entire process for creating that film. Along with the Sony ZV-E1, Joey used the Sony 24-105mm f/4 G, one of his favorite lenses because of the incredible in-lens stabilization. He also used the Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master II, which he is a fan of because of its outstanding autofocus as well as the beautiful compression that comes at 200mm.
Lucas Johnson Faustino is a photographer and filmmaker based in the UK. He shoots primarily adventure and travel content, along with automobile footage and images. In the video below, he is giving a review of his Sony Alpha 7 IV after a year of serious use. He’s used the camera for personal and professional projects. He says it’s been the perfect camera for him and that it was the best option for him, helping him produce some of his best work. He even goes so far as to say it’s a “joy” to use this Sony camera. Take a look at his full review below!
Mark Bone is a film director from Toronto, Canada. On his YouTube Channel he shares his tips and experiences on how to make your films better. He uploads new videos every week showing behind the scenes looks at filmmaking and his newest work. He uses the Sony FX9 for filmmaking and you can follow his channel for more about the gear he uses, tips on getting the best and most compelling footage and how to take your career in film to the next level. Check out his video below for advice on the art of interviewing.