Here and Now‘s abstract on their story:
Professional photographers have historically enjoyed a monopoly on their craft of chronicling events ranging from wars to sports matches and beauty pageants.
But today, everyone’s at it, as camera-equipped mobile phones let users edit and post images to the Internet with just a few clicks. But could this mean the end of the traditional, professional photographer? The BBC’s Laura Hubber attends the funeral” of photography in Los Angeles.
(amirjina/flickr via Here and Now)