When I was shooting the photos of my paintball playing charges, I realized that I have been doing the same photojournalistic style for years and I learned that style very early on.
Since I was a very little kid, I loved images and I started taking pictures very early. Most of the time, they weren’t very good, but I still kept the love of them. When I decided to get seriously into it, I joined the yearbook at my college and learned all about proper photography from them. Honestly, I learned more in that photo service office than I learned in college and it was the most valuable experience.
I learned how to use pictures to tell a story. Look for natural expressions. Stand way. Keep situations natural. Don’t intrude into situations, so they suddenly change. Get action shots, but also behind the scenes shots, where things are happening related to the main event. Always watch the lines of the photo. Make sure they are plenty of horizontal and diagonal lines in the portraits.
Well, I guess here is more of the same: