JimOnLight.com reader JP Gagnon sent this How It’s Made video our way – see how Lee Color Filters are made! They’re the company with the deep-dyed polyester filters, remember? This is a very cool little video!
Oh holy cow – my man iSquint posted an article about Lee’s new range of Sodium Effect filters that were released recently. This line of filters is excellent – if you ask “why on EARTH would I want a set of 3200 degree filters?” then you’ve never had to deal with daylight before. Way to […]CCT, color filters, color temperature, CRI, kelvin, Lee Filters, sodium
My wife and I are moving to Dallas this weekend, and as I’m going through my stuff deciding on what to keep and what to not keep, I found a box of old swatchbooks. Check out this lighting history! I’m not sure when this one was published, but it’s an old Rosco swatchbook. Love the […]color filters, History, rosco, Roscolene, roscolux, swatchbooks
I had no idea about this until Ame Strong from Rosco Labs informed me of the program – Rosco has three colors of Lux that, when you purchase them, create donations for charity organizations. That is awesome. Rosco #313 (Light Relief Yellow), #359 (Medium Violet), and #361 (Hemsley Blue) are all representative of the charities […]Behind the Scenes, charities, color filters, hemsley foundation, light relief, R313, R359, R361, rosco, roscolux