Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a street photographer? Wonder no more…these YouTube content creators are sharing point-of-view videos of their street photography experiences using a variety of Sony cameras and Sony zoom lenses for creative versatility. Check out what they’re posting below and subscribe. Don’t forget to subscribe to Sony Alpha Universe on YouTube and enter our subscription sweepstakes for your chance to win a Sony ZV-1 camera. Learn more on how to enter HERE.
These Sony photographers are documenting their street photography experiences from a vlogger’s point of view.
Global travel photographer and vlogger Pierre T. Lambert loves to create videos that share his greatest passion – photography. Creatives can watch the vlogs on his YouTube Channel to see how the latest gear performs in the real shooting scenarios and for tips on camera settings, post-production and more. He often takes his viewers out for point of view videos of him shooting street photography, and you can see him do just that in the video below. He heads out to capture ‘Chicago henge’ with his Sony Alpha 1 and Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 G Master II lens.
Curtis Padley is a UK-based content creator specializing in photography and film. The videos on his YouTube Channel cover everything from vlogs and tutorials to POVs, gear reviews and more. He posts many POV videos of his street photography from both day and night, and even provides setup guides for various Sony cameras. In this video he creates a POV video of himself shooting street photography with his Sony Alpha 6400 and the Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 G Master II.
Pat Kay is a travel photographer and vlogger from Sydney, Australia. Kay is all about telling visual stories, and says that street photography is a category of photography that is really dear to his heart. "It's the first category I tried to learn and master, and over the many years I've built up many different skills and spoke to many pro photographers about how to progress in the craft of street photography." In this video from his YouTube Channel, Kay goes through five street photography tips and techniques that he’s worked on, and feels that all pros will end up knowing or using at some stage. His go-to photo camera is the Sony Alpha 7R IV and he uses the Sony Alpha 7S III for video. His main lens? The Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 G Master. Subscribe to his channel for more photography-related videos geared toward other creatives.
Sam is a London-based content creator behind the OpticalWander YouTube Channel. In the video below he shares a POV-style extreme street photography video using the Sony 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G lens. While not a likely choice for street photography, he enjoyed the experience, had fun and even took some great shots. Check out his other videos for more POV street photography footage with a variety of Sony lenses.
Arnulfur Hakonarson, aka “That Icelandic Guy,” is a photographer, videographer and content creator who is from Iceland and currently living in Sweden. Through his videos on his YouTube Channel he says he likes to teach things, so you’ll find plenty of tutorials, some gear talk and also inspiring vlogs and other content. He says he’s a Sony Alpha shooter to the bones, using cameras like the Sony Alpha 6400 and Alpha 6300, and even a Sony Xperia PRO-I device as his phone. In his point of view video below he takes the Sony 16-35mm f/4 G PZ to the streets for some epic wide angle street photography – watch to see how the new power zoom performs.