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Alex Earl

Registered member since 2nd Feb 2014

Alex Earl has uploaded:
1337 Mineral Photos
224 Locality Photos
62 Other Photos

Alex has published 1 article on mindat.org
 
I am a systematic mineral collector with a main focus on collecting secondary tellurium minerals. I am also interested in gallium, germanium, and secondary uranium minerals. I am a member of the Mineral Collectors of Utah club of Salt Lake City, and being from Utah, I also like to collect minerals found in the state, and occasionally go on collecting trips in the area. I like to take photographs of my minerals, whether they are microcrystals or full size specimens. Photographing minerals, and adding them to mindat allows me to share them with others that I might not normally be able to. I have also been given a lot of help by some very kind and knowledgeable individuals, who continue to help me learn, so a big thanks goes out to them.

Also, so I don't have to include it in every description, here is the photo equipment that I use: Sony A6000 camera, Bellows, 2x, 4x, 10x, & 20x Plan Achromatic Objectives, Positioning Table, Zerene Stacker, and Snapseed photo editing software

Unless otherwise stated, all photos of minerals, are from my personal mineral collection.

If you have any questions about anything, please ask, I would be happy to answer them!

 

 
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