Gaffer David Besdesky describes how he put his DMG Lumière SL1 MIX and MINI MIX LED fixtures to work on a pair of fast-paced, single-shot Pepsi commercials.
Ever notice that “gel colors” created by color-mixing LED lights rarely match other lights with actual gels? DMG Lumière MIX LED fixtures solve that dilemma with True Rosco Color & accurate Rosco gel color matches.
Student filmmakers describe the advantages and the surprise benefits of using a Rental SoftDrop to create the background visuals for their short film.
While shooting an independent feature film, Cinematographer James Mathers needed a light that was bright, lightweight, mobile and able to work indoors & in the cold of winter. His solution? The DMG Lumière MAXI SWITCH.
Lighting Designer Adrian Goldberg describes how he integrates RoscoLED Tape VariWhite into news desks to improve the lighting for news anchors.
Inspiration for a project can come from anywhere. In the case of the short film “The Producer,” the inspiration was the cinematographer’s DMG Lumière SL1 MIX LED fixture.
Filmmakers working on The CW’s “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” needed a bright gobo projector that was small enough to fit inside the ceiling of their set. Rosco Image Spot was their solution.
Cinematographer Eduardo Ramirez-Gonzalez has used Rosco Colors throughout his career, but he created those same gel colors (plus a few of his own!) using our MIX LED technology for The Bonfyre’s “Automatic” music video.
Filmmakers used two stylized Manhattan skyline Rosco SoftDrops to create a “Rom-Com-Fantasy” version of New York City in the romantic comedy “Isn’t It Romantic.”
When Gaffer Logan Reynolds needed an LED light fixture he could use as the key light in several different lighting setups for a branded content shoot, he chose the DMG Lumière SL Switch.