In the creative world of YouTube, a multitude of talented individuals share their expertise and passion for photography, videography and camera gear. We've curated a list of five YouTube channels, each with its unique perspective and focus within the realm of visual arts and technology. From meticulous post-production processes to in-depth gear reviews and insightful tutorials, these creators offer a wealth of knowledge and inspiration for photography and filmmaking enthusiasts. Whether you're seeking tips to elevate your craft, looking for in-depth gear insights, or simply searching for some artistic inspiration, these channels have you covered. See more of your favorite Sony shooters on the Alpha Universe YouTube Channel.
From meticulous post-production processes to in-depth gear reviews and insightful tutorials, these creators offer a wealth of knowledge and inspiration for photography and filmmaking enthusiasts.
If you're seeking a creative and talented Sony shooter to follow on YouTube, look no further than Kyle Meshna. His channel is a treasure trove of valuable content, showcasing his meticulous post-production process, offering insightful photography tips, and unveiling stunning footage and final results from his photo shoots. Kyle's tutorials are particularly noteworthy, as he generously shares his expertise. For those aiming to take their photography to the next level, subscribing to Kyle's channel is a must-do. Prepare to be inspired and empowered to unleash your creative potential. Kyle recently attended Kando where he interviewed some of the top YouTubers to get their honest thoughts on the new Sony Alpha 7C II and Sony Alpha 7CR. Learn more by watching the videos below.
Terry Warfield is a vlogger who focuses on gear and motivational content. His vlogs cover everything from his favorite budget lens to life hacks that have changed the way he lives. Subscribe to his YouTube Channel for more content focused on gear and also positivity, and follow him on Instagram for inspirational tidbits and to see the latest gear he’s shooting with. In the video below, he breaks down the new Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master II, which he describes as, “the lens I’ve been waiting for.” If you’re considering purchasing this lens, we highly recommend checking out this video.
Anthony Gugliotta is a designer, creative, and photographer from Toronto. His passion is to create compelling visuals that tell a story and inspire others. In this video he meets up with his friend, Sony shooter, and fellow YouTuber Teppo Haapoja. Teppo explains that he was frustrated with the wobbles and overheating issues with this Canon mirrorless camera so he switched to Sony. He lets Anthony spend the day testing out his Sony system. Anthony mentions how blown away he is by the color science of Sony cameras.
Jason Morris is a professional cinematographer and YouTuber. His channel has great filmmaker-content for anyone in that field. We love the video below where he compares and contrasts the Sony Alpha 6000 and the Sony Alpha 7 IV. He also tests out the audio with the Sony ECM-B1M, which he just purchased to replace his Rode mic. Take a look at the video to hear his thoughts and see how each camera performs in the field. And check out more of Morris’ go-to gear HERE.
Photographer and filmmaker Will Chidlow runs a creative production agency where he works with brands, companies, small businesses and individuals. He also runs a YouTube channel where he makes videos and vlogs as a way to improve his skills and track his progress. The channel has grown popular, with over 18K subscribers. Will has started sharing tutorials, reviews, and other educational content. In the video below, he is pushing himself creatively by making a spec product video for Liquid Death. He shoots the video on his Sony Alpha 7S III and the Sony 90mm f/2.8 Macro G lens. We love seeing the behind the scenes of this shoot and the final result!