Tag Archives: Basketball

Staged Shots

I made a return trip to Suwanee Sports Academy to create some “staged” images for their media and marketing efforts. Doing staged shots is not as easy as it looks. Individuals are asked to “freeze” their actions while you adjust all the elements in the shot. The idea is to create a near perfect image. […]

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Eagles Rein!

The South Cobb Eagles triumphed over the Henry County Hawks by a score of 84 to 70. The Eagles were crowned the champions of the 2011 Parkview Tip-Off Classic. CLICK HERE to download pictures from this game. Downloads are FREE, however, if they are used for a school website you must credit Ty Freeman Photography.

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Panthers Prevail!

The Parkview Lady Panthers used a modern version on the North Carolina Tarheels 4-Corners to eat up the time clock in the final period, and come away with a 42 to 35 victory over the Alpharetta Lady Raiders. CLICK HERE to download pictures from this game. Downloads are FREE, however, if they are used for […]

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Moving On!

South Cobb point guard Devocio Butler’s (#14) break away slam dunk was an emphatic exclamation point to the team’s come back victory against the Parkview Panthers. The South Cobb Eagles defeated the Parkview Panthers by a score of 80 to 72. In the first quarter, Parkview’s Andre Chatfield was on fire! Chatfield scored on nearly […]

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Eagles Soar!

In a low scoring affair, the South Cobb Eagles held on to beat the Riverdale Raiders by a score of 44 to 42. Riverdale rallied in the closing minutes to make it a tight game, but South Cobb’s Antonio Noland (#15) made a clutch free throw to seal the victory for the Eagles. Next up […]

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Lady Panthers Romp!

In the opening game of the Parkview Tip-Off Classic, the Parkview Lady Panthers dismantled the Lassiter Lady Trojans by a score of 56 to 14.  Parkview starting guards, Marissa Mandeldove (#5) and Helena Poungue (#11) controlled the tempo for most of the game, and forced Lassiter into several costly turnovers. To the victor goes the […]

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Perfect Form

Street ball players are offensively minded. So, it’s not surprising that I get asked one question on a weekly basis: “How come you don’t have any pictures of me shooting the ball?” There are numerous factors, but probably the most important is the way a player shoots the ball. Simply shooting the ball above your […]

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