Old Dominion started its regular season at home a few weeks ago against Navy. Old Dominion started out slow but ended up pulling off at 67 to 44 win. Old Dominion’s Ahmad Caver played 33 minutes and scored 24 points. Navy’s top scorer, George Kiernan, played 27 minutes and scored 10 points. Here are a few photos from the game. Enjoy.
Old Dominion hosted Virginia Wesleyan for a pre-season exhibition game at the Ted Constant Center a few weeks ago. At the end of the game Old Dominion defeated Virginia Wesleyan 83 to 54. Old Dominion’s Ahmad Caver played 32 minutes and scored 28 points. Virginia Wesleyan’s Lamont Steward and Tim Fisher both scored 11 points.
Old Dominion starts the regular season November 6th at home against Navy. Here are a few photos from the game. Enjoy,
Regular season for high school sports is wrapping up and championships are starting to take place but here are a few regular season games that I photographed recently. Enjoy.
Norfolk State had its homecoming game a few weeks ago and I went down to cover the game for the newspaper. Unfortunately it rained pretty much the whole game which isn’t any fun to shoot in but it does add a different feeling to the photos with the rain coming down or water being kicked up on the field.
The second unfortunate part was Norfolk State got beat 36 to 6 with Norfolk State scoring their only touchdown of the game with 16 seconds left in the 4th quarter. After scoring the touchdown they attempted a 2-point conversion which failed.
Norfolk State quarterback Juwan Carter completed 15 of 28 passes for 140 yards and 2 interceptions. North Carolina Central running back Isaiah Totten ran the ball 12 times for 108 yards and a touchdown. Here are a few photos from the game. Enjoy
Marshall traveled to Old Dominion on October 13th for a Conference USA matchup. Three 4th quarter touchdowns led Marshall to a 42 to 20 win. Old Dominion quarterback Blake LaRussa completed 31 of 54 passes for 296 yards and 2 touchdowns with only one interception. Marshall running back Tyler King ran for 195 yards and 2 touchdowns. Here are a few of the photos from the game. Enjoy.
Just a few photos from recent shoots. Im going to try to get outside for a few more shoots before it gets too cold to shoot outside.
Between other jobs I’ve been doing and recent storms I haven’t had too many opportunities to photograph many high school games. With that being said, here are a few photos from recent games I’ve had the chance to cover.
Going into the Virginia Tech vs Old Dominion game, Virginia Tech was ranked #13 in the nation and Old Dominion was the 28.5 point underdog. Virginia Tech struck first with a one play 87 yard touchdown run by Steven Peoples. Old Dominion immediately answered back with a 75 yard drive ending with a 14 yard touchdown pass from backup quarterback Blake LaRussa to Jonathan Duhart.
Virginia Tech responded early in the second quarter with a 28 yard pass from Josh Jackson to Sean Savoy bring the score to 14 to 7. Old Dominion mounted a 9 play, 79 yard drive with another pass from Blake LaRussa to Jonathan Duhart to tie the game at 14 with seven seconds left before halftime.
The third quarter saw two touchdowns by Virginia Tech including Damon Hazelton scoring on a 72 yard pass play from Josh Jackson. Old Dominion answering with one touchdown bringing the score to 28 to 21, Virginia Tech, heading into the fourth quarter.
Starting the fourth quarter Virginia Tech had dropped from a commanding 98.4% chance of winning to a 83% chance of winning. ODU started the fourth quarter on offense and made a 7 play, 75 yard drive for a touchdown from Blake LaRussa to Travis Fulgham tying the game at 28. That was followed up by another 5 play, 67 yard drive with Jeremy Cox scoring a touchdown on a 15 yard run taking ODU into the lead 35 to 28.
Virginia Tech answered for the last time in the game with a 7 play, 75 yard drive to tie the game back at 35 with a 13 yard touchdown pass from Ryan Willis to Chris Cunningham. This would be the last time that Virginia Tech scored in the game.
With the game tied at 35 Old Dominion mounted another 8 play, 75 yard drive touchdown drive with Jonathan Duhart taking a 29 yard pass from Blake LaRussa putting ODU in the lead 42 to 35.
With the clock at 1:45 seconds left, Virginia Tech took their last timeout of the second quarter. After the timeout ODU lined up for a 1st and 10 on the Virginia Tech 40 yard line. Instead of kneeling and running out the clock, Blake LaRussa took the snap and handed the ball of to Jeremy Cox. 11 seconds later Cox was standing in the endzone with another touchdown off a 40 yard run bringing the score to 49 to 35.
Virginia Tech took over the ball with 1:34 left in the game and ran 9 plays for 50 yards ending with Virginia Tech quarterback Ryan Willis being sacked for a loss of 3 yards on a 3rd and 10 play from the Old Dominion 22 yard line ending the game.
Blake LaRussa came in off the bench on the second drive of the game and his first play from scrimmage was a 30 yard pass to Travis Fulgham. From there LaRussa would complete 30 of 49 passes for 495 yards, 4 touchdowns, and no interceptions. Jonathan Duhart had 9 receptions for 142 yards and 3 touchdowns and Jeremy Cox had 20 carries for 130 yards and 2 touchdowns.
So living in Virginia Beach Hurricane Florence didn’t hit us nearly as bad as originally predicted. The plan originally was to do a lot of storm coverage but since nothing really happened I only got a couple shots from Thursday.
Old Dominion University’s home opener was a few weeks ago and they were coming off an upsetting loss on the road to Liberty University. The first half was looking good for the Monarchs until late in the second quarter when a couple mistakes happened allowing FIU to get back into the game. At halftime there was a lightening delay and the second half didn’t resume until 11:15pm. During the second half FIU came back with several strong drives allowing them to outscore the Monarchs 28 to 20. The game ended around just after 12:30am. Here are a few photos. Enjoy.
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Just a couple photos from a recent high school game I covered. Enjoy.
School is getting ready to start again (or has already started) and with that comes the fall sports season. Unfortunately I was busy the first week of football but I made up for it by photographing two games last week.
I almost missed both these games because they didn't play on Friday night like normal. The first game was on Thursday night (which luckily I noticed Thursday morning) and the second game was a lucky break because it got rained/flooded out Friday night and they played on Saturday afternoon.
Here are a few photos from both games. Enjoy.
Moving on in the Lightroom series I've been doing I started with a basic overview of the Develop Module. There is a ton of features in the develop module, much more than you can go over in one video. With that being said, Ill be doing a couple more videos on the features found in the Develop module.
If there is anything specific you would like me to talk about leave a comment or send me a message.
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Videos from the 56th Annual Coast Edge East Coast Surfing Championships presented by Vans and Fueled by Monster Energy.
Miss ECSC Preliminary Round 9 was on August 22nd at Coastal Edge in Virginia Beach. Check out all the photos on my Facebook Page.
The top 4 of each round advance to the semi-finals in August at the 56th Annual Coastal Edge East Coast Surfing Championship presented by Vans and Fueled by Monster Energy
Just a few recent photos from modeling shoots I've done.