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Rosco Flash Filters for Background Color Effects

How to use Rosco (or any) flash filters and gels to create a splash of color on your Savage Thunder Gray seamless background. SUBSCRIBE:

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My more technical explanation of the tips can be found here:


  • Johnny CincoCero
    Posted at 17:52h, 12 April

    Thanks for the vid. Going to try this.

  • Melvin Markowitz
    Posted at 18:04h, 12 April

    Thanks for the video. I use the Rosco gel sample packs held on with gaffer's tape. For better light control I use the Rogue Grid/Gel system. I also use Thunder Grey seamless. Using White seamless results in more pastel colors.

  • LongTimeTTFan
    Posted at 18:15h, 12 April

    Thanks a lot, Ed. Very helpful. You pointed out two things. 1. Use a Savage grey background. 2. Avoid/minimize key light contamination. These are indeed key points. I used a white wall/white cloth backdrop and then a flash with blue or red gel on. The problem was that the background was always too bright in the final photo. I will use gray backdrop from now on. Also my key light did contaminate the background. Your pointers really help. Thanks again.

  • Advanced Graphic Design
    Posted at 18:25h, 12 April

    Great information. Thank You.

  • R Carder
    Posted at 00:24h, 13 April

    I like the edges being a little different shade then the center, but I wonder if you orientated the flash head to be verticle instead of horizontal would that give a more even look from top to bottom?

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