Director of Photography Stuart White has a set of DMG Lumière SWITCH LED fixtures. He shared with us the five reasons why those lights are on almost every production he works on.
Behind centerfield at Oracle Park, fans can create their own virtual Giants bobblehead inside a small Augmented Reality studio that is illuminated by a DMG Lumière MINI SWITCH LED fixture.
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.
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.
The Lighting Design Group installed several compact and powerful Braq Cube LED fixtures to illuminate the Bloomberg News broadcast studio in Hong Kong and match its overall design aesthetic.
Cinematographer Chris Vanderschaaf recently tested the DMG Lumière MAXI Switch on a high-speed, slow-motion project, then shared how one, singular MAXI delivered the clean, bright output he needed.
When they needed a lighting package to shoot a promo video of a new excavator on the factory floor – filmmakers from IMAGE4YOU chose the Switch range of LED soft lights from DMG Lumière by Rosco.
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.
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.
A closer look at DMG Lumière – who are they, where did the name come from and what’s in store for the brand after Rosco’s acquisition?