Around the Lens is the internet's only live, weekly visual journalism roundtable show where we discuss news, topics and gear related to photojournalism, broadcast journalism and documentary filmmaking. Join host David J. Murphy, his co-hosts and guests as they enlighten and delight you with their knowledge and experience.
AtL 252 - Shooting the Breeze
David J. Murphy, Zach D. Roberts and Mark Doyle discuss consent, Thanksgiving, Black Friday deals and Mark and Zach's recent work.
AtL 251 - Return to Form
On this week's episode of Around the Lens, episode 251, the first episode in a year, David J. Murphy, Zach Roberts and Matthew Callahan discuss various topics related to the world of visual information.
AtL Interview - Anthony Dawton
On this week's episode we interview Anthony Dawton, an award winning London based photographer with extensive experience of working overseas for NGOs, photographing in refugee camps and disaster areas. Anthony is also the author of Not London, a photo book showcasing portraits of homelessness around London, which came out earlier this month and is available for purchase at notlondon.uk.
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AtL - In a Flash - June 3, 2021
Travis and Dave talk about the week's photo and video news.
AtL In a Flash for May 24, 2021
Travis and Dave talk about the weeks photo and video news.
AtL - In a Flash - May 10, 2021
Travis and Dave talk about photo and video news of the week from May 10, 2021.
It’s like a photojournalist support group
I enjoy Dave and company’s banter. I’ll piggyback and caveat off how he described it: this is certainly a photojournalist support group with education and entertainment thrown in. I look forward to future episodes.
Conversational but rambling
Often interesting and personal take on media, photography and journalism. They are and have real photographers and journalists as guests. At times though the hosts are a little too snarky and sarcastically resigned to their seeming doomed status as professional photographers. I do appreciate where they're coming from though and that they talk with and focus on the dilemmas of professional photographers, politics and chaotic media scene.
Great podcast for all levels
As a nascent photojournalist I find this podcast to be invaluable. It focuses (pardon the pun) on real world topics relevant to photo story tellers and the variety of guests is broad. These are all working professionals so you get a realistic view rather than a detached, academic view of photojournalism. I look forward to each episode which seem to be getting better and better. Thanks to David J Murphy and his co-hosts for doing this and please keep going!