Information Morning - Cape Breton | Sep 24, 2013 | 13:40

Photo Philosophy

There's more to photo journalism than just pointing and clicking. We chat with freelance photographer Steve Wadden about his recent assignment involving international students at CBU. (runs 13:40 September 24, 2013)

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