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.
The Production Design team for the BBC’s “Little Women” used Rosco SoftDrops to not only establish both winter & summer scenes – but also switch between the two quickly!
Production Designer Dan Novotny shares how he was able to create California landscapes for the television show “The Arrangement” using two large Rosco SoftDrops.
The storyline of the feature film “Fifty Shades Darker” takes place in Seattle – but it was shot in Vancouver. Hear from the filmmakers themselves how Rosco SoftDrop helped them create Seattle on their Vancouver soundstage.
The Rosco Digital Imaging team collaborated with filmmakers on HBO’s “Divorce” to create a set of SoftDrops that allowed them to match the wintry setting established in the pilot.
We’ve gone through all the stats and we’re proud to announce The Top-5 Spectrum blog posts for 2015 – according to you, our loyal Spectrum readers! #1 Creating Custom Candle Holders For Hamilton Seeing that Hamilton the Musical is the #1 hit on Broadway, it’s no surprise that it’s also the #1 hit on Rosco…
Our newest product – Rosco SoftDrop – offers huge, seamless images, in a matte finish, that are printed onto a wrinkle-resistant cotton drop, which is easy to ship, easy to hang and easy to light.
Alex Buono is the Film Unit Cinematographer for Saturday Night Live and also the Co-Director/Cinematographer for IFC’s new comedy series Documentary Now! Alex’s work on SNL revolves around shooting the fake commercials and pre-filmed sketches in the show, which they oftentimes complete less than a week after receiving a script. Alex is back on the…
Cinematographer Mike McMurray showcases all of the features Rosco’s new SoftDrop® technology has to offer.