Going Green-Screen with Rosco

Mmmmmmmm…. Green (Screen) Beeeer… Saint Patrick’s Day is almost here and everywhere you look people are finding their inner Irish and going green. Well, there’s nothing greener at Rosco than our green screen products, so today’s post is dedicated to sharing what we know about green screen paints and technology (it all applies to blue…

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A Remarkable Solution To A Problem Familiar To Every Filmmaking Professional via Hurlbut Visuals

This is an excerpt from Hurlbut Visuals, one of the most knowledgeable bloggers in the film industry. Shane Hurlbut, ASC and his elite team test new products and experiment with innovative techniques.  In the blog shown here, Hurlbut describes a remarkable solution to a problem familiar to every filmmaking professional: efficiently creating digital images that…

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Shane Hurlbut, ASC, Comments On Rosco’s LitePad Kit

This is an excerpt from Hurlbut Visuals, one of the most knowledgeable bloggers in the film industry.  Hurlbut Visuals was created by Lydia and Shane Hurlbut, ASC, to educate and inspire one filmmaker at a time.  Through the creation of original content, Shane and his elite team test new products and experiment with innovative techniques. …

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Rosco myColor: Prepare to Get Your Color On!

As Rosco’s Color Product Manager, I am both a working lighting designer, and a self-professed color geek. That’s why I am so excited to announce our new web tool, Rosco myColor. I have personally been using myColor every single day since we got it running in our super-secret internal beta testing lab. Every. Single. Day…

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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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How Joel Almost Checked Off A Goal From His Bucket List

As WFTV, the ABC affiliate in Orlando, began to prepare for their long-haul coverage of the Casey Anthony Trial outside the Orange County Courthouse, they began to think about how the quality of their newscasts would be much better if they could bring their reporters and anchors in out of the elements – but still…

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