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Luscious Color, Dynamic Portraits with Rosco Laboratories’ Gel Kits

One look at Lindsay Adler’s website should convince you she ranks among the top fashion photographers in the world, with a stunning, bold style and sometimes brain-melting creativity.

To our great fortune, she also spends some of her time teaching the craft of photography, leading workshops around the world for creativeLIVE, KelbyOne, and others, as well as publishing books – some with titles that might make you chuckle and say, “Yep. Been there.”

She recently shared a behind the scenes video showing how she created these fashion portraits for Elle Indonesia. The magic in these images came from – besides Lindsay’s brain – Rosco gel kits. Lindsay had the idea to hold various gels at different angles in order to create splashes of color over the image, as a graphic designer might do. The result is gorgeous and arresting, as the layers of colors wrap across the model’s face. If it’s winter where you are, as it is for us, you’ll probably appreciate these vivid images all the more.

To learn more about the project, including which gel kits were used, click through to Tatiana’s post on Rosco Spectrum.

Gelly Roll And don’t forget, the best way to store your gels is Gelly Roll, which lets you keep your gels organized, portable, and ready to use whenever inspiration strikes.

Conquering Color Correction with Andy Van den Eynde

Got a moment? Watch as Belgian photographer Andy Van den Enyde creates this vivid scene of Vikings hiking.

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Watch Rick Friedman Explain His Portrait Workflow at the B&H Event Space

If you follow his blog, you already know that our friend Rick Friedman held a workshop at the B&H Event Space. He visited to talk about how he approaches his portrait work, particularly when you need to make a great image of a VIP in very little time. (VIPs are not known for standing still for more than a few minutes…)

At any rate, Rick’s been doing this since the Reagan years, so he’s probably got the hang of it by now. Have a look at the video, which has just been posted by B&H, and see if you can pick up a few pro tips! Or, if you prefer to read his blog post, you can do that, instead.

Gelly Roll: Store, Protect, and Organize Lighting Gels

Gelly Roll protects your expensive lighting gels and comes in two sizes: 20x24 inch and 10x12 inch (for Lowel lights)

Take Better Care of Your Expensive Lighting Gels

Gels aren’t particularly durable. Gelly Roll is a clever way to keep them protected from dust and accidental damage. Your gels slip easily into a secure pouch which then rolls around a rigid center tube. Built-in elastic straps then secure the whole package for easy storage or transportation. And what’s really cool is that you can take the cap off the end of the tube and store your clips — convenience and no wasted space!

Depending on what formats of gels you use, Gelly Roll comes in two sizes: industry-standard 20×24 inch, or the 10×12 inch size often used with Lowel lights and other still photography systems. And to keep yourself organized, mix and match from any of four colors: red, blue, orange, or gray.

David Hobby and Rosco Labs Present: The Strobist Collection

David Hobby & Rosco present The Strobist Collection

Create Striking or Balanced Photographs (Your Choice) With These Correction and Effect Filters for Speedlight Flash Units

Rosco, the worldwide leader in color filters has assembled the essential collection of filters for use with your on-board flash. Rosco has been manufacturing color filters since 1910 and their Cinegel range of color filters has earned two Academy Awards®. Working with David Hobby, the founder of www.strobist.com, The Strobist Collection contains the Cinegel filters photographers need, properly sized (1.5″x3.25″) to fit most shoe-mount strobes. There are 20 different colors inside with multiple pieces of each color for a total of 55 pieces of filter. These filters give you independent control over the color temperature of each of your speedlights, letting you mix and match key, fill, and backlight however you want. Continue Reading…