Lighting 101: Wendy Luedtke, Rosco’s color expert, explains subtractive color mixing using her favorite tool – a full-color glass gobo.
A simple breakdown of the Rosco Dance Floor we recommend for your studio based on the style of dance being performed.
Scenic Designer Tammy Honesty and her scenic painter Ely Mattson describe how they successfully used Rosco CrystalGel to prime some powder coated corrugated steel so they could paint it for a production of Andrew Lippa’s “Wild Party.”
Learn how photographer Jay P. Morgan used Rosco’s LitePad Vector and Silk 210 to illuminate food for his photo shoot/photography tutorial for The Slanted Lens.
Rosco’s Custom LitePad HO90 provided an attractive glowing backlight solution for the world renowned brand-logos found inside London’s Watches of Switzerland showroom.
In a world of ever-evolving light sources, Rosco’s color expert – Wendy Luedtke – explains how to properly use your swatch book to choose color filters.
Curious to know how the plastic gobos you’d print yourself will perform? Anne Hunter, Rosco’s gobo product manager, illustrates the difference between print-at-home “gobos” and Rosco Cool Ink Plastic Gobos.
Lighting designer Adrian Goldberg describes how he used early versions of VariColor RoscoLED Tape to illuminate the famed color-changing TORONTO sign.
Filmmaker Micah Van Hove recently reviewed our LitePad Vector for NoFilmSchool.com. In these excerpts from his excellent review, we show some of the clever ways he put the Vector to work on his projects.
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Lighting designers and scenic painters – find out how simple it is to send us photos of your work and get rewarded with a one-of-a-kind Rosco coffee mug!