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Registered member since 11th May 2006

Matteo Chinellato has uploaded:
8643 Mineral Photos
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Matteo has written 8 blog entries
I am a meteorite collector and dealer from over 17 years and my collection
has more than 670 specimens from various locations of the world, the
first private collection in Italy. I started collecting minerals at the
age of 4 years old, but not with much interest. I have started collecting minerals
again 10 years ago, mainly interested in the macro/micro mineralogical
photography seen I am official photographer of the Rivista Mineralogica Italiana and I collaborate with Lapis and Mineralogical Record. My mineral collection is composed of over 1700 specimens and over
1500 micro items. Please don't write to me for ask informations on my photography techniques, its my work and I not speack of this, thanks.


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