Cinematographer Benjamin Gaskell created the same soft look of a Book Lighting setup using a DMG Lumière MAXI Switch shining through a piece of Rosco diffusion during a David Crosby music video shoot.
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.
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.
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.
Scenic Artist, Angelique Powers, shares her technique for creating realistic faux steel, which she put to work on “Dutchman” and “The Owl Answers” at Penumbra Theatre.
Cinematographer, Barry Andersson, has put nearly every one of our Silk LED soft lights to work on his projects. He shares his experiences with the fixtures and his opinions on what they do best on set.
While searching for a solution to evenly light the dome inside a hotel ballroom, Lighting Designer, Adrian Goldberg, wondered if RoscoLED Tape would accomplish the task.
In order to broadcast live at the end of each stage of the Tour de France, NBC Sports hires a mobile studio equipped with RoscoVIEW – enabling its viewers to see the cycling action in the background.
Scenic Artist, Donna Wymore, specializes in Christmas Tree Backdrops for “The Nutcracker.” She relies on Rosco Scenic Paint to create her holiday masterpieces – and she advises customers painting her “Paint It Yourself” drops to do the same.