Lighting designer Zach Burgess describes how he was able to use Roscolux color filters to bring the magical world of Narnia to life for a production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
In a world of ever-evolving light sources, learn how to properly use your swatch book to choose color filters for the fixtures you’re using.
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Rosco’s Margie Heymann remembers the work of her friend Patrick Latronica and provides several examples of his “bold, assured and original use of color.”
Adam Murdoch put several of Rosco’s Bastard Ambers to work warming his stage as his lighting designs filled the voids of the other minimized production-elements in “Stripped-Back Shakespeare” at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Lighting designer Ryan Terry was designing a production of “Evita” for the Tuscany Theatre Company when he discovered how he could use R66 Cool Blue as a warm wash color. Ryan shared this via his Instagram account and tagged us in the post. We reached out to ask him to share his technique with us,…
by Stan Schwartz, Executive Vice President As regular readers of Spectrum know, Rosco has asked for lighting designers to submit photos of the design work of which they’re proud of, along with a narrative of why they chose the colors they did and what they thought their design accomplished. Our goal was to share these…