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!
The set lighting team at Toei Studios in Kyoto, Japan invested in DMG Lumière by Rosco LED fixtures to illuminate their hit show “The Woman of S.R.I.”
A look at how award-winning Cinematographer José Luis Alcaine has used Rosco’s DMG Lumière range of LED fixtures on three of his recent projects.
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.
Director of Photography Stuart White has a set of DMG Lumière SWITCH LED fixtures. He shared with us the five reasons why those lights are on almost every production he works on.
While shooting an independent feature film, Cinematographer James Mathers needed a light that was bright, lightweight, mobile and able to work indoors & in the cold of winter. His solution? The DMG Lumière MAXI SWITCH.
Inspiration for a project can come from anywhere. In the case of the short film “The Producer,” the inspiration was the cinematographer’s DMG Lumière SL1 MIX LED fixture.
Cinematographer Eduardo Ramirez-Gonzalez has used Rosco Colors throughout his career, but he created those same gel colors (plus a few of his own!) using our MIX LED technology for The Bonfyre’s “Automatic” music video.
Director of Photography, Andy Van den Eynde, explains how DMG Lumière MIX technology expedited his workflow on a music video shoot that showcases the features of the MIX LED fixtures and the myMIX App.
Cinematographer Chris Vanderschaaf recently tested the DMG Lumière MAXI Switch on a high-speed, slow-motion project, then shared how one, singular MAXI delivered the clean, bright output he needed.