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Marlon Richardson

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Marlon is a South Florida-based wedding and portrait photographer, writer, and interactive designer. Involved in photography since the 90’s, his background began with repairing film cameras from a master Vietnam veteran, followed by years of assisting professional photographers then before starting his own business in 2006. Marlon at his heart is a tinkerer that has love for and adept in every medium of photography.

When not working Marlon is all about spending time with his wife, Naomi and two boys, Taze and Brassaï.

http://www.marlonrichardson.com

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News & Insight Why Would Canon Use MJPEG For Video In The New 1DX MK II & 5D Mark IV?
By Marlon Richardson on September 4, 2016
Trying to understand Canon's decision on video for two flagships, and what that means...
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News & Insight If Canon Dual Pixel Raw Is So Good, Why Isn’t It On The Flagship 1DX II? Here’s Why
By Marlon Richardson on August 31, 2016
We had high hopes for Dual Pixel Raw, but it looks to be more gimmick than game changer.
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News & Insight Phase One Media Pro SE Review | The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
By Marlon Richardson on August 15, 2016
Media Pro SE is promising, but is it complete, and is it for you?
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News & Insight Is It Time To Switch From Lightroom to Capture One Pro? Here’s Why It Might Be
By Marlon Richardson on June 16, 2016
If you've ever been aggravated with Lightroom's performance, the solution might be...
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Inspiration 5 Compelling Reasons To Add A Sony Pro Mirrorless Camera | There’s No Need to Switch Systems
By Marlon Richardson on May 16, 2016
You don't have to switch systems to enjoy the full benefit of a Sony pro mirrorless....
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Tips & Tricks Shoot Expired Color Negative Film With Confidence
By Marlon Richardson on January 21, 2016
The most important factor that determines the quality of film is not its expiration date.
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