5 Frames… Of the Downtown Summerlin on Cinestill 800T (120 Format / EI 800 / Certo Six + Tessar 80mm f/2.8) – by Alex Morrison

5 Frames… Of the Downtown Summerlin on Cinestill 800T (120 Format / EI 800 / Certo Six + Tessar 80mm f/2.8) – by Alex Morrison

Ever since getting back into analogue photography, the Cinestill range of films has intrigued me. Living in Las Vegas, the City of Lights, I’ve been wanting to try Cinestill 800T for a while, but working a late shift, and the main interest of my wife and I being getting away from Las Vegas on my breaks (neither of us are night life/gambling lovers!), opportunities to shoot the bright lights have actually been fairly limited.

Lockdown meant that our opportunities to get away from the city were limited, and with the casinos being shut, we thought it would be the perfect time to experience the lights on the Strip without the crowds, and without putting ourselves at any risk.

Continue reading 5 Frames… Of the Downtown Summerlin on Cinestill 800T (120 Format / EI 800 / Certo Six + Tessar 80mm f/2.8) – by Alex Morrison at EMULSIVE.

Ever since getting back into analogue photography, the Cinestill range of films has intrigued me. Living in Las Vegas, the City of Lights, I’ve been wanting to try Cinestill 800T for a while, but working a late shift, and the main interest of my wife and I being getting away from Las Vegas on my breaks (neither of us are night life/gambling lovers!), opportunities to shoot the bright lights have actually been fairly limited.
Lockdown meant that our opportunities to get away from the city were limited, and with the casinos being shut, we thought it would be the perfect time to experience the lights on the Strip without the crowds, and without putting ourselves at any risk.
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