Photographer Paul Monaghan explains how Rosco MIXBOOK works and how photographers can use it to choose gel colors for their photo shoots.
Designers transformed fluorescent bulbs into faux neon lights using RoscoSleeves to provide an edgy-yet-nostalgic glow inside Bowlero bowling centers.
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.”
Popular in European theaters, the Rosco Supergel range of color filters has many characteristics that set it apart from other lighting filters.
A set of Rosco #2007 Storaro Blue filters were sent to the International Space Station to modify an IR-sensitive camera so that students back on Earth can observe our planet’s vegetation health.
Photographer, Tim Engle, combined fog and contrasting, complementary colors to create drama, tension, and excitement during a high school football photo shoot.
Needing to stage a production of “Cabaret” inside a rehearsal space, Lighting Designer, Marcella Barbeau, used the unique, existing fluorescents in the space to add color into her pre-show lighting.
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.
Ken Susi – guitarist for the band Unearth – is both model & student as Photographer Rick Friedman shares two techniques he uses to create moody, evocative colors in his photography.
Designers utilized Rosco products in five projects that were nominated for the 2017 darc awards!