Lighting Designer Robinson Wilson allows the Rosco Color of the Week posts he sees on our Facebook page to inspire him to try new colors and color combinations in his work.
Photographer, Sandy Dee, describes how she used Rosco color filters to create background colors in a portrait photo shoot inspired by the television show “Riverdale.”
Designers at Painting with Light chose Rosco Permacolor dichroic glass filters to add colour into the Mayaland attraction at Belgium’s Plopsaland De Panne theme park.
The latest work of Experimental Filmmaker and Artist, Margaret Honda, is entitled “Film.” It explores the fundamentals of color filters by showcasing an entire range of Rosco gels on the windows of an exhibition space.
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.
Stan Miller, the owner of Rosco, talks about how his personal relationship with the biggest names in the lighting profession resulted in some of the most popular Rosco Color and Diffusion Filters.
Knomad Colab, a Denver-based art duo, activates the Rocky Mountains using colorful projections they’ve created using a collaboration of Roscolux color filters and LED projectors.
Artist Victoria Coeln defines her Chromotopia light art installations and reveals how she creates them with a behind the scenese look at her most recent project inside The Cathedral of St. Mary in Burgos, Spain.
Lighting designer Zach Burgess describes how he was able to use Roscolux color filters to bring the magical world of Narnia to life for a production of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
Lighting designer Jordan Green created engaging lighting effects for the musical “Dzsungel Könyve” (The Jungle Book) using gels, gobos and a little fog.