How I Got That Grant: Keith Ellenbogen’s High-Speed Photography Adventure at M.I.T.

August 4, 2015

By David Walker

© Keith Ellenbogen

A school of silhouetted bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) circle for food near the ocean's surface. These sharks are estimated to be 10 feet long and weigh 600 pounds; Beqa Lagoon, Fiji, March 2011.

Keith Ellenbogen, who specializes in dramatic, colorful underwater images of marine life, recently won a visiting artist-in-residence fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Art, Science & Technology. Starting this September and continuing through mid-January 2016, he’ll be working closely with M.I.T. physics professor Allan Adams to develop new high-speed photography techniques. “We’ll be finishing a series of...

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