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.
The design team for Drubba Moments, an upscale timepiece boutique located in Germany’s Black Forest, installed Rosco Custom LitePads in the ceiling of their display cabinets to illuminate the high-end watch brands inside.
Photographer Lindsay Adler’s images for an “Elle Indonesia” article used bold, in-your-face color that inspired another photographer to put the same techniques to work in his own photo shoot.
Photographer Andy Van den Eynde uses Rosco fog and gels to enhance his shot and bring his idea to life during this inventive photo shoot.
We’ve got a brand new kit of light-control materials available for photo and video professionals to use when they venture outside the studio – The Location Lighting Filter Kit. The kit was designed by photographer Rick Friedman to represent his “must-have” Rosco materials that he’s relied on during his 30+ years as a photographer. This…
Kevin Ames is an Atlanta-based commercial photographer that works for corporate clients including AT&T, Coca-Cola, Carter’s, Honda and Westin Hotels. His photographs have appeared in Time, Newsweek, and The Wall Street Journal. Kevin also writes photographic lighting tutorials. Below is a tutorial he recently shared with us about his experience lighting a portrait of a local musician.
The following blog post was written by Gary Martin from RGG EDU – a company that specializes in online tutorials for photography – and was originally published on F-stoppers.com. To promote themselves, RGG EDU hosted an after party at PhotoPlus Expo in New York City. At the party, they wanted to have a photo booth set…
Whether you’re lighting inside a nightclub, a theatre with a few hundred seats or Madison Square Garden, Rosco Fog Machines and Fluid provides the perfect solution for any atmosphere!
Smoke, fog, mist, haze – no matter what you call it, using this technique adds a distinctive look to your images. Light is invisible – you, and your camera, can only see it once it reflects off of something like a person, tree, wall, etc. Whether you’re shooting stills or video, sometimes you want to…