He finds it 'macabre' that the first thing someone does after an explosion is to photograph the scene, but isn't that what photojournalists do for a living? What message does that send: if you're an amateur you're being ghoulish, but if you're getting paid for it you're providing a public service? I understand the point Naughton is trying to make, but really, what precludes someone who doesn't work as a journalist from reporting like one? Where's the line that separates a freelancer from a 'lay' person? It's a fair question.