Photographer Paul Monaghan explains how Rosco MIXBOOK works and how photographers can use it to choose gel colors for their photo shoots.
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.
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.
Photographer Miguel Ángel Sánchez used the filters inside the Rosco Color Correction Filter Kit to paint with light as he composed a series of portraits inspired by 17th-century paintings.
Portrait photographer, Hernan Rodriguez, shares two photo techniques on how to transform a plain white wall into a colorful, compelling background using the physics of color theory and Rosco CalColor.
Photographer, Tim Engle, combined fog and contrasting, complementary colors to create drama, tension, and excitement during a high school football photo shoot.
Jay P. Morgan from The Slanted Lens shares how using Rosco gels to change the color of the light in the shot can change the entire look of an image.
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.
Meet David Hobby, founder of the photography lighting blog strobist.com. Learn how he turned his blog into a business and worked with Rosco to launch The Strobist Collection – our most popular gel kit!