Back in the ’70’s & 80’s, Lighting Designer, Tony Tucci, had to hand-cut his own gobos. This is the story of how some of those designs are now a part of Rosco’s extensive library of gobo patterns.
A set of Rosco #2007 Storaro Blue filters were sent to the International Space Station to modify an IR-sensitive camera so that students back on Earth can observe our planet’s vegetation health.
Director and Cinematographer, Barry Andersson, put a Silk 220 LED soft light and a DMG Lumière MAXI Switch to work on his latest feature. He explains how they both helped him overcome challenges he encountered on location.
Lighting Designer, Al Crawford, designed a custom gobo for a gala he was designing. That pattern is now a part of the Rosco gobo library. Al shares the inspiration for his Crawford Leaf gobo design.
Scenic Artist, Angelique Powers, shares several techniques on how to create faux patina effects for scenery and props using Rosco Scenic Paint products.
Seattle Channel renovated the lighting system in their broadcast studio with several Rosco LED light fixtures to create a cooler work-environment with lighting that matched their plasma studio monitors.
Photographer, Nathan Stampfli, describes the lighting setups in his recent 50’s-themed photo shoots, including the exact colours he chose from Rosco’s Color Effects Filter Kit.
Lynn Lane, Photographer for Houston Grand Opera, used three Silk 210 LED fixtures to light a series of ‘silent interview’ portraits of local Houston Veterans for a music video celebrating HGO’s “Veterans Songbook” project.
Lighting Designer, Nick Davidson, installed our ultra-compact Pica Cubes inside a moving platform for DIAVOLO Dance Company because A.) they fit and B.) they were able to operate via wireless DMX & Battery Power.