Photography & Video
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I’ve finally found a light that helps me create magic on every production I do – from the biggest budgets to the smallest one-man-band shoots. It’s Rosco’s new LitePad Vector LED fixture. Barry Andersson - Filmmaker
I love using Rosco gels, and currently use the CalColor Kit that includes 33 10x12 gels. There is hardly a fashion or beauty shoot where Rosco gels don't make an appearance, I love them! Kendra Paige - Photographer
Early in my career, I believed that I could simply add color into my images in Photoshop, but learned quickly how labor intensive that process truly is. Now, I use Rosco color filters, which allow me to quickly and easily add an immense dimension of color into my photography. Hernan Rodriguez – Photographer

The Challenge

Filmmaker Jose Mojica needed a treadmill he could use in a green screen environment. He couldn’t purchase a green screen treadmill at his local exercise equipment store; he had to paint one.

Mojica used Rosco CrystalGel to prime all of the treadmill parts. It was adherent and flexible enough to stick to all of the treadmill’s surfaces – even the belt. He then applied Rosco Tough Prime White onto the black treadmill to boost its luminance. Finally, Mojica painted the treadmill with Rosco Chroma Key Green paint to complete his green screen treadmill.

Rosco Solution

Rosco Chroma Key Green Paint is manufactured using a single-source pigment, which results in a purer green that won’t reflect other interference colors. That pure green, combined with an ultra-flat finish, delivers a clean key.

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Results

Jose Mojica wasn’t sure he could paint a treadmill Chroma Key Green. After advice from Rosco, he was able to do it easily and for less money than he had budgeted for. Mojica was methodical in his process: testing frequently, applying the primers and paints in multiple thin coats and giving each coat adequate time to dry completely. It took him a solid week to finish, but he ended up with a working green screen treadmill that’s easy to key and the paint has yet to crack or peel off.

Results

Jose Mojica wasn’t sure he could paint a treadmill Chroma Key Green. After advice from Rosco, he was able to do it easily and for less money than he had budgeted for. Mojica was methodical in his process: testing frequently, applying the primers and paints in multiple thin coats and giving each coat adequate time to dry completely. It took him a solid week to finish, but he ended up with a working green screen treadmill that’s easy to key and the paint has yet to crack or peel off.

Results

Jose Mojica wasn’t sure he could paint a treadmill Chroma Key Green. After advice from Rosco, he was able to do it easily and for less money than he had budgeted for. Mojica was methodical in his process: testing frequently, applying the primers and paints in multiple thin coats and giving each coat adequate time to dry completely. It took him a solid week to finish, but he ended up with a working green screen treadmill that’s easy to key and the paint has yet to crack or peel off.

Results

Jose Mojica wasn’t sure he could paint a treadmill Chroma Key Green. After advice from Rosco, he was able to do it easily and for less money than he had budgeted for. Mojica was methodical in his process: testing frequently, applying the primers and paints in multiple thin coats and giving each coat adequate time to dry completely. It took him a solid week to finish, but he ended up with a working green screen treadmill that’s easy to key and the paint has yet to crack or peel off.

The Challenge

Photographer Andy Van den Eynde imagined a photograph of a heroic band of torch-bearing Gauls venturing into the Belgian forest on a misty, cloudy evening. How would he capture a dark blue twilight sky during an afternoon photo shoot?

First, Van den Eynde set his white balance to 2800K. This cast everything in the shot blue – especially the sky. Anything Andy wanted to appear “normal” in the shot needed to be bathed in 2800K light; so, he applied CTO filters from the Color Correction Filter Kit to the strobes illuminating the shot.

Rosco Solution


The Rosco Color Correction Kit contains a selection of Rosco's Academy Award® winning range of Cinegel lighting filters, which are engineered to adjust the color rendering of various light sources in your shot.

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Results

Andy Van den Eynde’s white-balance technique using Rosco CTO’s from the Color Correction Filter Kit created a captivating twilight blue sky. He also created torchlight by mounting small flashes onto short poles and wrapping them with two layers of Cinegel #3081 Full Straw Dyed Grid Cloth. This enabled him to add a warm glow from the fiery torches onto his subjects faces – without using any. “The Colors were exactly what I wanted them to be,” Van den Eynde reported, “which made for a lot less work in Photoshop later."

Results

Andy Van den Eynde’s white-balance technique using Rosco CTO’s from the Color Correction Filter Kit created a captivating twilight blue sky. He also created torchlight by mounting small flashes onto short poles and wrapping them with two layers of Cinegel #3081 Full Straw Dyed Grid Cloth. This enabled him to add a warm glow from the fiery torches onto his subjects faces – without using any. “The Colors were exactly what I wanted them to be,” Van den Eynde reported, “which made for a lot less work in Photoshop later."

Results

Andy Van den Eynde’s white-balance technique using Rosco CTO’s from the Color Correction Filter Kit created a captivating twilight blue sky. He also created torchlight by mounting small flashes onto short poles and wrapping them with two layers of Cinegel #3081 Full Straw Dyed Grid Cloth. This enabled him to add a warm glow from the fiery torches onto his subjects faces – without using any. “The Colors were exactly what I wanted them to be,” Van den Eynde reported, “which made for a lot less work in Photoshop later."

Results

Andy Van den Eynde’s white-balance technique using Rosco CTO’s from the Color Correction Filter Kit created a captivating twilight blue sky. He also created torchlight by mounting small flashes onto short poles and wrapping them with two layers of Cinegel #3081 Full Straw Dyed Grid Cloth. This enabled him to add a warm glow from the fiery torches onto his subjects faces – without using any. “The Colors were exactly what I wanted them to be,” Van den Eynde reported, “which made for a lot less work in Photoshop later."