Stephen Schlow from the Film Program at the University of Central Florida / DPE Podcast August 15, 2010

August 15, 2010


In this podcast episode we interview Stephen Schlow & John Bowen from the Film Program at the University of Central Florida, we talk a bit about shooting video with Digital SLRs, and most importantly we answer your questions. Because of all the content we included in this podcast, it’s a little longer than usual.

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This is Episode number 18 of the Digital Photo Experience Podcast with Rick Sammon & Juan Pons.

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One Response to “Stephen Schlow from the Film Program at the University of Central Florida / DPE Podcast August 15, 2010”

  1. Jack Larson Says:

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