Design teams at C&G Partners and BRC Imagination Arts used theatrical techniques and Rosco products to bring exhibits inside the Museum of the Bible to life.
Rosco’s Intelligent Fog System creates fog & haze inside The Henry Ford Museum’s Manufacturing Innovation Theater to accentuate the venue’s laser effects and add theatrical energy to the entrance/exit of the show’s star – the Ford F-150.
Cinematographer Matt Bendo used a Rosco V-Hazer to create atmosphere in four different scenes of a short film, which provided each scene with its own distinct mood and tone.
The crew for Pierce the Veil’s “Made To Destroy” Tour needed a solution for making haze at their outdoor venues. Rosco Fog Fluid + the Vapour Plus Fog Machine did the trick!
Lighting designer Jordan Green created engaging lighting effects for the musical “Dzsungel Könyve” (The Jungle Book) using gels, gobos and a little fog.
Five actionable tips on how to effectively use theatrical fog & haze in your photography that you can put to work immediately on your next video or photo shoot – via The Slanted Lens
Photographer Rick Friedman. shares some excellent photography lighting tips for creating dramatic portraits using the Rosco gels inside his Location Lighting Filter Kit and a Mini-V Fog Machine.
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You’ve got to see photographer Karen Yaniv-Guidanian’s simple-yet-ingenious way of chilling fog to keep it low to the ground! All this, plus excerpts from her product review of Rosco’s Mini-V fog machine, which she put to work on a recent photo shoot.
After winning a Mini-V Fog Machine in our Blogoversary contest this past summer, scenic designer Heidi Hoffer put it to work haunting the set of OSU Theatre’s production of Blithe Spirit.