Rosco digitally illuminated the Berlin skyline to create a SoftDrop for the film “I’m Your Man” because the city itself was dark due to a COVID-19 lockdown.
Cinematographer Markus Förderer shares why they chose practical background visuals instead of green screen to create the setting for the award-winning film “The Colony.”
Filmmakers on the Netflix series Halston used a customized Rosco SoftDrop to create the “New York City in the 1980s” setting of the show.
The filmmakers behind the award-winning feature film “The Father” used a Rosco SoftDrop in their setto provide the background imagery seen outside of their “Anthony’s Flat.”
Production Designer Gavin Bocquet worked with Rosco to create a highly-customized Rosco SoftDrop for his Jingle Jangle set design.
The filmmakers on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” discuss why they chose Rosco’s SoftDrop and how they put it to work creating the background imagery behind a new set created for season 3.
The filmmakers working on several of the Marvel Netflix series chose to use Rosco SoftDrops to re-create a variety of New York City neighborhoods on their sets.
The Production Design team for the BBC’s “Little Women” used Rosco SoftDrops to not only establish both winter & summer scenes – but also switch between the two quickly!
Production Designer Dan Novotny shares how he was able to create California landscapes for the television show “The Arrangement” using two large Rosco SoftDrops.
The storyline of the feature film “Fifty Shades Darker” takes place in Seattle – but it was shot in Vancouver. Hear from the filmmakers themselves how Rosco SoftDrop helped them create Seattle on their Vancouver soundstage.