David (@jdmtlm) and Tammie (@tnttown1) Maloney are a husband and wife travel photography duo who enjoy exploring the world with their Sony Alpha cameras. As repeat attendees of Sony Artisan Ira Block’s travel photography workshops, they’ve ventured to some incredible places while learning photography techniques from one of the best. Over time their love of Sony gear has strengthened, and they continue to add to their arsenal of cameras and lenses for the ultimate in creative versatility. We connected with them to learn more about the gear they include in their kits for travel photography – keep reading as they explain what’s in their bags and why.
Travel and adventure photographers Matthew (@matthewhahnel) and Renee (@reneeroaming) Hahnel create imagery that inspire other travel and adventure seekers to find joy in exploring our beautiful world. The husband and wife content creation duo can often be found hiking in the great outdoors, working together to create exhilarating images with breathtaking views. As longtime fans and users of the Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master lens, when asked to test the new Sony 24-70mm f/2.8 G Master II the Alpha Collective members knew exactly how to put it through its paces. They captured this incredible image with the new lens attached to their Sony Alpha 1, and we connected with Matthew to learn more about how he and Renee worked together to create it. Keep reading as he shares their story behind the shot.
Photographer Catrin Grabowski (@kathinkas_world) calls herself a foggy mood addict. “My photography journey started several years ago when I bought my first mirrorless camera and became infected with the well-known photographer’s virus,” she explains. “Some years later when the Sony Alpha 7 crossed my path it was love at first sight – the full-frame sensor was like discovering a whole new world through the lens. As a true lover of foggy conditions, I usually seek out what others may call moody weather. I find the special kind of mystical light it provides suits my photography in the best possible way.” Sony Alpha Universe connected with Grabowski to learn more about this dreamy foggy river image she took with her Sony Alpha 7R IV and Sony 12-24mm f/2.8 G Master. Keep reading for her story behind the shot.