After 108 years of the curse of the goat, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series in a thrilling extra innings Game 7 showdown with the Cleveland Indians. It finally happened. I was at a pub in Los Angeles and witnessed grown men crying with joy and relief after the final out secured a historical win for the Cubbies.
The following day, an interesting thing happened. The Chicago Sun Times and the Chicago Tribune published cover stories with photos capturing the euphoria of the moment the Cubs players rushed out onto the field. There was a very notable difference between the two shots.
The Sun-Times (8th largest paper in the US by circulation) laid off its entire staff of photographers back in 2013 and then sent a memo to its reporters about training them in iPhone photography.