Using two gobos can create some amazing effects. In this video you will view the creation of fire using Apollo 2-Color Glass, C2-0052, Flame Hot (static position) and Apollo Crushed Dichroic Slippery Ice (rotating position).
We have also created a water effect using Apollo 2-Color Glass...
Hey guys I’m working on a show for my high school competition season and the show is set in the 1700s during the French Revolution.
I’m trying to figure out how to make a gobo (or two) that would be the silhouette of a guillotine frame and then a second gobo to silhouette the blade so we...
New and improved method of keystoning gobos. In this video Joel explains our keystoning methods and how they have improved to offer the best keystoning in the industry.
Everyone uses gobos, but are you really getting the maximum effect out of them? CHAUVET Professional's Jim Hutchison offers some insightful tips on how to have more fun with gobos while adding an extra depth and excitement to your light show.
I've have been recently looking for gobos for Studio Color 575, Studio Spot 575, or VL2000, but I can't seem to find any. Do you have any suggestions on where to look for gobos for such fixtures?
Want to manage gobos, zooms, prisms and other looks more effectively? It starts with creating the right beam palettes. Our own Jim Hutchison explains how creating beam palettes will make it easier to add more cool effects to your show. Jim offers detailed tips on making beam palettes for...
It’s time to take the base covers off and get down to the nitty-gritty of moving head maintenance. Mike Graham walks you through the maintenance basics for everything from belts to lenses to gobos to CMY bulkheads so you can keep your moving heads in top shape. Watch now.