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by Science Research Lab By Olivier Le Queinec
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Our luxuriously soft blankets are available in two different sizes and feature incredible artwork on the top surface. The bottom surface is white. Our 100% polyester blankets are available in two different styles: plush fleece and sherpa fleece. Plush fleece blankets are soft and fluffy on both sides, whereas sherpa blankets are smooth like a soft sweater on the artwork side (i.e. shorter threads) which provides for a sharper image. Looking for a recommendation? Go with a 60" x 80" plush fleece blanket. It's soft and luxurious on both sides... the artwork looks incredible... and the size is just right for everyone.
Laboratory pipette with emerging drop of yellow liquid over glass test tubes filled with chemical solution for a scientific experiment in a science... more
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Laboratory pipette with emerging drop of yellow liquid over glass test tubes filled with chemical solution for a scientific experiment in a science research lab
Welcome to Science Research Lab, a collection of laboratory glassware photographs by American photographer Olivier Le Queinec. Olivier is a well-established stock photographer specializing in still life studio photography. This portfolio features his more creative images in that specialty. Glass is very difficult to light properly. To look its best, it should be clean and free of distracting scratches, spots and water marks. Even with the best cleaning and dusting effort, close-up glassware macro photography always shows, magnified, the tiniest imperfections. To resolve this and achieve a flawless result, Olivier insists that each photo be thoroughly retouched in post-processing. It�s typically done at very high screen magnification,...