Think about this for a moment. At the finish line, there must have been hundreds of cameras. You would think everyone was taking pictures and recording videos. […] It’s a world where everyone has a camera. But I saw very few images from the general public.
Why is that? As you look through the photo galleries and videos, you can reach your own conclusions. But as I watched the behavior of photojournalists, it confirmed for me the need for professionals in this age of de-professionalization of the news industry.
— Alex Garcia at The Chicago Tribune
Shared on Apr 19, 2013