Cinematographer Eduardo Fierro used Rosco LitePads to light up bags of Doritos – from INSIDE a vending machine – when shooting his 2014 semi-finalist submission for the Doritos Crash The Super Bowl Contest.
Cinematographer Barry Andersson has spent years researching and investigating different types of lighting. He wrote this article to show how LitePad Vector creates magic on every production he shoots – from large-scale features to small, one-man-band documentaries.
When the crew filming Tomorrowland visited The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain, they arrived with an urgent order for filmmaking textiles like butterflies, flags and floppies – not to mention more than 400 meters of blue Chroma Key fabric that they needed for digital compositing.
Our newest product – Rosco SoftDrop – offers huge, seamless images, in a matte finish, that are printed onto a wrinkle-resistant cotton drop, which is easy to ship, easy to hang and easy to light.
Cinematographer Gabe Mayhan used a LitePad Vector 3-Head Location Lighting Kit on a shoot with very tight spaces where he needed something small and controllable for a key light for one of the principals.
Cinematographer Stephen McNutt describes how he uses Rosco X24 Effects Projector to create dynamic lighting effects that help his visual effects team create more convincing visuals in post.