Here's What Your Newspaper Looks Like When You Fire Your Photographers

Above, the Chicago Sun-Times' front page the day after its local hockey team took home the Stanley Cup. Below, the Chicago Tribune's front page that very same day.

This is what happens to a newspaper when it makes the decision to fire all of its photographers, as the Sun-Times did in May, and replace them with reporters with iPhones.

Here's What Your Newspaper Looks Like When You Fire Your Photographers

UPDATE: The above photo is from Wednesday's Chicago-Sun Times. Below is the picture from Tuesday's front page.

Here's What Your Newspaper Looks Like When You Fire Your Photographers

[via SunTimes/DarkTimes]