The continued growth of the #SonyAlpha movement is apparent as you scroll through #SonyAlpha on Instagram. Each day, Sony photographers tag their photos with #SonyAlpha to show their allegiance to Sony Alpha mirrorless cameras and lenses, and each week we pick out a few of our favorites to feature. This week’s group includes a high fashion portrait photographer, two very adventurous members of the #AlphaCollective and a whole lot of awe-inspiring landscape and astroscape photography. Give them a follow and be sure to follow @sonyalpha and tag your own Sony photos on Instagram with #SonyAlpha for your chance to be featured.
Lisa Bao – @lisabao
Lisa is another member of the #AlphaCollective and is based in Denver, Colorado. Take one scroll through her photos and you can see she has taken the #SonyAlpha movement to heart. Exploring the different corners of nature, Lisa captures colorful landscapes and magnificent views. This photo of hers was taken with the Sony α7 II and Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master lens.
Braedin Toth – @braedin
Braedin is a member of the Sony Alpha Imaging Collective living the #SonyAlpha lifestyle. Always on an adventure, you can watch his Instagram stories for little video tidbits of his travels. His photos feature dreamy astroscapes, landscapes and other nature photos. This photo below was taken in Northern British Columbia with the Sony α7S II.
Alex Broadstock – @alex_broadstock
Alex is a Sony photographer who loves to travel and create. His motto in his Instagram bio is “Have fun. Make friends.” He treks to cool spots all around the globe and captures the epic landscapes and natural wonders he sees along the way. His account is full of photos with beautiful natural tones and it’s fun to see where he’ll be next! The photo below was taken at Point Reyes Lighthouse using the Sony α7R II.
Sondre Eriksen – @itseriksen
Sondre is a photographer based in Norway and he uses the beautiful landscape of the region to his advantage. You’ll find a ton of spectacular astroscapes on his account that capture every detail of the night’s sky. This photo below was taken using the Sony α7R III and Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master lens.