The Rosco Photo Lighting Gel Kit
“Love Those Awesome Colors!”
by Photographer Felix Barjou

Felix Barjou is a French photographer that grew up in the world of advertising with graphic designers for parents. He started his photography career in 2008 with simple portraits, and immediately discovered his style and process. Felix is passionate about light, which presents itself in his portraits that contain stylized illumination and a touch of…

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A Morning Photoshoot with Rosco LitePads

We discovered Emma Davies, a commercial and fine art flower photographer, on Twitter. She had expressed interest in trying out some of our LitePads on an upcoming photoshoot – so we made her dreams come true and sent over some LitePad Axioms for her to try. Below is Emma’s report on the results of that…

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Roller Girls of the Apocalypse

Conceptual Photographer Eva Creel was German born and Montana raised, and has since returned to Germany to continue her photographic career.  We first learned about Eva thanks to an article on InMyBag.net where she listed our Strobist Collection as one her “must haves” inside her camera bag.  At that point, we introduced her to our…

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Make the Photo Booth at Your Party Unique! Customize the Lighting with Rosco LitePads

The following blog post was written by Gary Martin from RGG EDU – a company that specializes in online tutorials for photography – and was originally published on F-stoppers.com.  To promote themselves, RGG EDU hosted an after party at PhotoPlus Expo in New York City.  At the party, they wanted to have a photo booth set…

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Creating My Fairytale Wedding with Rosco

By Chanda Goldsworthy Having worked at Rosco for over 7 years now, not a day goes by that I don’t see a building, movie or theatre production that doesn’t involve a Rosco product in one way or another.  So, of course I would turn to my Rosco friends and colleagues to add some elegance and…

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Let Your Camera See The Light

Smoke, fog, mist, haze – no matter what you call it, using this technique adds a distinctive look to your images. Light is invisible – you, and your camera, can only see it once it reflects off of something like a person, tree, wall, etc. Whether you’re shooting stills or video, sometimes you want to…

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Happy Loop-Year!

Exactly one year ago, at NAB, we released our LitePad Loop LED Ring Light and we published a Spectrum blog post to introduce this revolutionary fixture for those that weren’t able to make it to Las Vegas to see the light in person. Since then, LitePad Loop has been used to shoot everything from interviews…

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Creating a Smoke Screen for a New Look

Fog, smoke, mist and haze effects have been incorporated into productions of all types and sizes to evoke an emotional response from the viewer. In some cases, the fog is actually a central character to the action. For example, the 2005 remake of “The Fog” made its smoky mist an antagonist that the other characters…

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