|Information sur la photo|
|Copyright: Matija Zorc (matijazorc)
|Date de prise de vue: 2005-06-15|
|Exposition: f/2.8, 1/40 secondes|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Versions: version originale, Workshop|
|Date de soumission: 2005-06-16 14:34|
|[Ligne directrice - Note] Note du photographe|
|This is my collection of minerals. I'm collecting minerals, stones and fosiles.|
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- [2005-06-17 0:31]
Hi Matija, what a super collection of minerals. You have a lot of them. And I like how you have them displayed. This is a very interesting photo and I hope you will post more. I like the blue/white one on the right, 2nd from the bottom. And I also like all those stones in the top left box.
Thank you for sharing your collection with us. Very well done...
Welcome to TN.
As RCA said, there ar too many stone in one shot, so that you can't have all the stone focus and we don't know where to look at first in the shot. You'd better focus on one or two stone only.
But it is a good start to learn ;-)
Thank you for sharing.
I think I like this one more. More colorful and nice composition. The flash is a little harsh so maybe try putting the collection by a window durring the day and turn off the flash. It might look a little better and show the colors better. Flash usually makes colors look less interesting. A nice try though. Keep up the good work. JP
- [2005-06-17 12:20]
nice colection and nice perspective.
Hi there Matija! Good to see you also on TL, welcome.
This is a nice colection, if you are to be as good photographer as the scientist and researcher, you will be true National Geographic journalist!
The photo shows good collection, but we don't see main object. You might take a shot of the full collection in some space (desk or room), or select some interesting stone.
I've done some workshop, hope it's OK.
By the way, you "storm" photo from TN is good candidate for TrekLens. Keep up taking photos, posting them here and reading critiques. That and looking the work of other people is a good way to learn how to create a good photography. Plus, I will recommend a book called "National Geographic Photography Guide for Kids", it's translated into Croatian and I suppose it's also translated into Slovenian. That book is a very good guide for photography beginners, and not just for kids! I've learned a lot from it when I started shooting photos.
Keep on posting, I'll keep my eye on your progress.
I enjoy nature as well and have a great fascination for stones like you. But I find them on the beach and not in the mountains. The only thing I ever found there was fools gold (pyrite I think)