Taylor Swift looks up to her Redback key light for an AT&T commercial shot by DP Greig Fraser ASC, ACS
Richard Sherman for Wonderful pistachios
The big one is a Redback too.
Chloe x Halle
Autumn de Wilde's beautiful simple Redback setup for Rodarte.
Beauty lighting, all Redbacks 500fps Phantom
Lexus commercial, the Redback sports a teaser.
Clay Matthews for Wonderful
Gets a clean look
6' Stealth mode debut at Paramount NYC backlot 2018
Jack don't crack
This shot had a spider backlight and as key, allowing Jack's flawless complexion to shine through once again.
Manfrotto Mega Boom
This is our most preferred way to mount a Redback. Because the entire unit only weighs 8 pounds, it is light enough to mount on the Mega Boom, which allows the unit to be rigged overhead easily and clears the work area of stands.
Jeff Bridges lit by a single spider, no diffusion, no flags, for this Superbowl commercial.
This rig on a process trailer was all that was needed to shoot beautifully lit interiors all the way around each side of the grid, in midday summer sun in Los Angeles. The director's monitor was the big set up!
This pic shows how a Redback mounted on a Manfrotto Mega boom can compete with the summer sun.
This ESPN desk gets presenter specific light with four Redback's with teasers on the keys.
The egg crate on a spider with diffusion turns the light into a super soft beam.
Jack just needs a little help out in the field.
Tim having fun with a Spider on the Universal New York street in LA.
Beauty light gang in Sydney
Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon, you're surrounded!