On Saturday, June 6, 2020, MIT Sea Grant Visiting Artist Keith Ellenbogen joined Felice Frankel, award-winning science photographer from MIT, in a panel discussion on Imaging Science. View information about this event and others from the MIT Museum below:
Join the MIT Museum in a two-week celebration of observing and documenting the world around us through photography. After a kick-off webinar where panelists will discuss science photography, the challenge begins as you take, then post images using #MITMImagingScience.
To help you along the way, we will share photography technique tutorials and sample images throughout the program. A final webinar event will feature winners of the Koch Institute’s annual photography contest who will discuss their work, answer your questions, and pick their favorite photos from your submissions!
Whether you use a cell phone, point and shoot, or interchangeable lens camera, we invite you to participate—no matter what your previous photography experience.
This event is co-hosted by the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT
Kick off the two-week celebration by joining us for a panel discussion with Felice Frankel, award-winning science photographer and MIT research scientist in the departments of Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, and Keith Ellenbogen, acclaimed underwater photographer and Assistant Professor of Photography at SUNY/Fashion Institute of Technology, and Visiting Artist at MIT Sea Grant, who will discuss what makes a successful science photograph, and how composition plays an important role in communicating your observations of the world.
Pre-registration required through Eventbrite
Please note: attending the webinar is encouraged but not required to participate in the program
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