Lighting Designer Christina Watanabe describes how she created passion on stage for a production of “The Wild Party” by using Rosco’s vivid Storaro colors.
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.”
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.
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.”
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.
Photographer Tom Museeuw shares behind-the-scenes details about how he captured the entrancing photo on the cover of our Rosco Cinegel Sampler Kit.
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Lighting designer Alessandro Carletti used color to express the psychological mood of the characters in Teatro San Carlo’s production of “The Abduction from the Serraglio.” See his colour palette and learn why he chose the colours that he did.