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See How These Sony Photographers Capture The Scenes Of Spring

This week we officially entered the spring season, and even if the weather where you are doesn’t quite reflect the new equinox just yet, we’re blooming into the season with spring scenes captured by Sony photographers. See how these creators use their Sony Alpha cameras and Sony lenses to capture the essence of spring in frame, colorful flowers and all. Follow them for more Sony photography and tag your own Instagram posts with #sonyalpha for your chance to be featured.

We’re blooming into the season with creators who are capturing the essence of spring and sharing their imagery on Instagram.

Andrew Geraci – @drewgiggity

Sony Artisan Andrew Geraci is a photographer, cinematographer and timelapse pro. He lives in the Washington D.C. area and is often out capturing the picturesque scenes surrounding the monuments. With the cherry blossoms in peak bloom, he's ventured out with cameras like the Sony FX3 and Sony Alpha 7R V and lenses like the Sony 50mm f/1.2 G Master, Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master II and Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master II to capture a variety of perspectives.

Gina Danza – @wildgina

Sony Brand Ambassador Gina Danza is a nature photographer specializing in intimate landscapes. She gets up-close with nature, using her Sony Alpha camera and Sony lens to capture the beautiful details we often overlook. Just take a look at these gorgeous images of Palo Verde she created below. “The warmth you feel from these blooms pulls you in like a hypnotic hug. Its hazy dance against the blue sky is a meditation on its own. To be able to witness the bloom of this specific plant species each spring is something that could easily be the reason I can and will fall in love with a season that I never thought much of. You’re not a superbloom to the world but, Palo Verde - you’re super in my heart.” Follow Danza to see how she captures the rest of spring through her lens.

Nate Luebbe – @nateinthewild

Sony Brand Ambassador Nate Luebbe is a travel and adventure photographer and cinematographer. While you’ll typically find larger-than-life landscapes throughout his account, he also likes to get close to nature’s details. He posted this beautiful sharp image of tulips to welcome the first day in spring. Follow his account to see where his photography takes him this spring.

Erin Sullivan – @erinoutdoors

Erin Sullivan is a travel, outdoor and miniatures photographer and Sony Brand Ambassador. She creates posts of her experiences in the outdoors, often providing advice on following your passion and finding your creativity. Below she shares images of some flowers she’s met on her outdoor adventures over the years. Which one is your favorite?

Chris Bridner – @cbridner

Chris Bridner is a Washington D.C.-area photographer who captures the beautiful nature scenes in our nation’s capital and beyond. He has many beautiful images of the area’s cherry blossoms and plum trees on his account, including the one below taken on the Plum Walk at Dumbarton Oaks Museum with his Sony Alpha 7R IV and Sony 24-105mm f/4 G.

Kyle Van Bavel – @kylevanbavel

Kyle van Bavel loves macro photography and capturing beautiful landscapes with his camera. He prefers spending his spring and summer days in between the flowers and insects. In this post he shares a splashy spread of spring season close-ups taken with his Sony Alpha 7R V and Sony 90mm f/2.8 Macro G. Just look at those details! Follow him for more colorful macro spring shots, and see more of his work and the Sony gear he uses in What's In My Bag: Two Camera & Lens Setups For Macro, Close-ups & More.

Ja Nine – @ja_nines_photography

Ja Nine posts macro, flower and bird imagery, typically taken in the early mornings. ”In the early mornings, when the first light of the sun touches the earth, it is always advisable to grab your camera to capture the wonders of nature and their details.“ Ja Nine captured the image below with the Sony Alpha 6400 and Sony 85mm f/1.8.

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