National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer and marine biologist David Gruber studies animals that glow and shine underwater. Using special filters, he captures dazzling sights of marine creatures that use light—through bioluminescence or fluorescence—to interact in dark habitats.
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DIRECTOR: Kat Keene Hogue
EDITOR: Julia Wall
COMPOSER: Matt Brandau
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Mike Schmidt and Jason Orfanon
SENIOR PRODUCERS: Anastasia Cronin, Jennifer Shoemaker, and Kristin Wilcox
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UNDERWATER CINEMATOGRAPHY: Ken Corben, Wade Fairley, David Gruber, Manu San Félix, and Julia Wall
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