Cinematographer Fernando Argüelles describes how he used Rosco SoftDrop to create realistic background imagery for two very different television shows.
Art Director Laura Ballinger Gardner shares how she used Rosco SoftDrops in “The Gilded Age” set design to create the show’s period, 1880s backgrounds.
Rosco digitally illuminated the Berlin skyline to create a SoftDrop for the film “I’m Your Man” because the city itself was dark due to a COVID-19 lockdown.
Cinematographer Markus Förderer shares why they chose practical background visuals instead of green screen to create the setting for the award-winning film “The Colony.”
Several of the projects nominated for a 2021 Production Design Emmy Awards used Rosco SoftDrops and Rental Backdrops to create their background imagery.
Filmmakers on the Netflix series Halston used a customized Rosco SoftDrop to create the “New York City in the 1980s” setting of the show.
Production Designer Gavin Bocquet worked with Rosco to create a highly-customized Rosco SoftDrop for his Jingle Jangle set design.
Student filmmakers describe the advantages and the surprise benefits of using a Rental SoftDrop to create the background visuals for their short film.
Filmmakers used two stylized Manhattan skyline Rosco SoftDrops to create a “Rom-Com-Fantasy” version of New York City in the romantic comedy “Isn’t It Romantic.”
The filmmakers working on several of the Marvel Netflix series chose to use Rosco SoftDrops to re-create a variety of New York City neighborhoods on their sets.