These are the questions that most filmmakers ask when they first learn about Rosco e-colour+. Once they hear the answers, they usually switch from Lee to E!
Lighting Designer Cha See describes three Rosco solutions she used to create green light in her design for a NYTW production of the play “Houseplant.”
Lighting Designer Robinson Wilson allows the Rosco Color of the Week posts he sees on our Facebook page to inspire him to try new colors and color combinations in his work.
Photographer, Nathan Stampfli, describes the lighting setups in his recent 50’s-themed photo shoots, including the exact colours he chose from Rosco’s Color Effects Filter Kit.
A collection of the blog posts that resonated most in 2017 for each of our core markets.
Lighting Designer Jimmy Lawlor shares the vibrant sunrise and sunset color palettes he used in his design for a production of “Picnic” at James Madison University.
Acclaimed lighting designer Susan Hamburger describes five different color-techniques she employs to enhance her designs for dance productions.
This translation of Sergio Fabara’s “Kinofabara” blog is not only an excellent visual guide of our e-colour+ filters for photographers and filmmakers, but it also provides valuable information about how to choose the color filter you need.
Artist Victoria Coeln defines her Chromotopia light art installations and reveals how she creates them with a behind the scenese look at her most recent project inside The Cathedral of St. Mary in Burgos, Spain.
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.