When is blue not blue enough? When you’re Tony and two-time Emmy-nominated lighting designer Mike Baldassari, the answer to that question was always “once the light dims down far enough – then it’s just a muddy brown.” Having worked on Broadway, feature films and TV specials, Mike had seen the vibrant blues he’d chosen for…
Filmmaker Tanner Short was so inspired by our Mardi Gras themed Rosco Color of the Week post that he Captured the featured color in the myMIX app and re-created the color with his SL1 MIX light for a Mardi Gras themed videoshoot!
Scenic Artist Tammy Honesty explains the process she used to paint a 3D-printed replica of Florence, Italy’s famous “Liberty of Poetry” statue for an exhibit at the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum.
A look back on the most popular Rosco Spectrum Blog posts of 2019.
The Pasadena Model Railroad Club upgraded their fluorescent bulbs to RoscoLED Tape – enabling them to create daytime, dawn/dusk & nighttime lighting conditions for their model trains to roll through.
When the design team at Sight & Sound Theatres needed a set of compact LED fixtures they could integrate into the set for their production of “Jesus,” they chose Rosco Pica and Miro Cubes.
Cinematographer Xavier Dolléans explains how he used the “Capture” feature in the myMIX App to create a unique color during a scene he was shooting for the teen-drama SKAM France.
Photographer Pedro Wazzan used a variety of Rosco Gels to fill his portraits with bright vibrant colors during a photo series that featured artists in their environment at a Miami art complex.
Director of Photography Jacin Lowe lives in sunny Bermuda shooting corporate videos, and he uses Roscoscrim to control the window light so he can show off beautiful Bermuda in the background.
Photographer Alexis Cuarezma loves contrasting warm and cool light in his photography, but he rarely used blue gels. Instead, he uses a combination of white balance and warming color filters.