A few months back, the Chicago Sun-Times decided to sack its entire team of photographers and replaced them with journalists carrying an iPhone. Most shocking is that one of the photographer was a Pulitzer Prize winner.
Posted by Aaron Koh Labels: Photography, SocialPR News, Traditional Media News
The consequence of doing so is best left to looking at the front page of two news daily covering the same topic.
No rocket science brain needed to see the difference in quality of the work of a professional photographer and a iPhone carrying journalists, though no offence was intended for the latter.