Fall Review

Fall Review

As fall semester nears an end I keep thinking about how everything came and went. Halloween passed in the blink of an eye, football just played its last home game, volleyball had its Senior Night last week and soccer has been over for a while. I wanted to look back and share some of my favorite images from the semester.The photos are in no particular order. Thanks for looking! Continue reading

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Experimentation

Experimentation

How quickly the semester has gone by! Last night OU Football played their final home game against Ball State, winning 48-31. After getting my safe shots in the first half I wanted to experiment with some new angles so I took to the bleachers and the roof of the press box. It was refreshing to see the game with a new perspective and I came away with a few keepers. Continue reading

College Sports Photographer of the Year and Hunting

College Sports Photographer of the Year and Hunting

Busy busy busy! Photography is always keeping me busy! Ohio Athletics has me shooting sports while my multimedia class has me shooting video and photos for my final video project. I am focusing on hunting in rural Glouster, Ohio, where I am following the Glouster Coon Hunters. The last basketball game I shot freelanced for the newspaper I interned for this summer, The Naples Daily News. Continue reading

Hoops!

Hoops!

NCAA Basketball Season is finally upon us! I can’t wait to see where this season will take the Bobcats (and myself!). I plan on setting up two remote camera’s for each game: one backboard remote and an overhead remote. I’m becoming very familiar using magic arms, safety cables, PocketWizards and sports strobes to shoot indoor sports. Shooting single shot with strobes is difficult but it is exciting and well worth it when you nail the dunk or layup shot. Continue reading

HallOUween 2015

HallOUween 2015

The annual Halloween Block Party in Athens continues to amaze me. The creativity and originality that some people put into their costumes is inspiring. Some of the best I saw were neon cat, a giraffe, the Grim Reaper and several Donald Trump’s. Thousands of people swarmed to Court Street to listen to music at two stages. The electronic/dance music stage was arguably more popular than the rock music stage. Continue reading