It’s never too late to learn a new skill. In fact, growing your skillset can help improve your overall photography and filmmaking and even help you be more creative. There is a great community of Sony photographers and filmmakers on YouTube generously sharing tips and knowledge with their audiences. Take a look and expand your skill set. And for even more creative ideas, subscribe to Sony Alpha Universe on YouTube.
There is a great community of Sony photographers and filmmakers on YouTube generously sharing tips and knowledge with their audiences.
Philip Lemoine is a photographer and filmmaker living in Hawaii. With his roots in wedding videography, he is now well-known as a food photographer, filmmaker, and influencer. If your love is the intersection of image making and cooking - this is the channel for you! Lemoine breaks down how to make mouth-watering food imagery on his Sony Alpha 6400 and Sony ZV-1. Check out his channel below, but be warned - it will make you hungry!
Jacques Crafford is a freelance director of photography and editor living in South Africa. His YouTube is intended to teach his audience how to create cinematic videos. We love that he creates incredible cinematic films and then companion behind the scenes YouTube videos. That allows his audience to see his through process along with the final result. The videos below are a behind the scenes look at a documentary he created with the Sony FX6 and Sony Alpha 7S III and the resulting film!
Jupiter is a long distance hiker with more than 14,000 miles of experience thru hiking and vlogging his journeys. Jupiter spends his days documenting his long hikes or creating videos teaching others how to do the same. He has a special focus on lightweight gear and thus films on the Sony ZV-1. He’s currently sharing his adventures thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, a trail that traverses 2,653 miles from Mexico to Canada. Check out his first episode below!
Scott Walker is a YouTuber whose channel is called “Walks on the Wild Side.” The channel is focused on nature and wildlife photography.Walker covers a wide range of nature photography - wildlife, macro, woodland, landscapes, and more. In the video below, Walker discusses how to get animals eyes sharp and how to get the eyes right in wildlife photography. Walker uses an example of his shoot with rabbits, shot on the Sony Alpha 9 with the Sony 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G.
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. The video below dives into a tip to help make impactful documentaries. Bone shoots on the Sony FX9. Check out his channel below!