Las Vegas, if you’ve ever heard of it, is a pretty neat place; there’s nice weather, plenty of great out-door activities, lots of entertainment, and a really good cinnamon roll place on the west side of town called “Cinnaholic”. There’s also this wonderful and … eclectic… little place called Fremont Street East, it’s a magic place filled with a tapestry of things that hipsters like. I’m no hipster, but I say, to each their own; it’s good those folks have something special. Anyhoo, FiveSix Productions recently got to do an early morning shoot on Fremont Street where “old Las Vegas” mixes with the new. There’s iconic hotels such as the 75+ year old El Cortez, and a gigantic, fire-breathing Praying Mantis near the relatively young, Container Park. The old architecture, glowing neon, and local art that adorns the buildings, all mix together to create a great environment to capture some really beautiful images. For your next Las Vegas video production, consider getting away from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas Blvd., and head on down to downtown and Fremont Street; and, hey, if you need a helping hand, give FiveSix Productions a call, we’ll be happy to join you.

Written By

James Moore

James Moore is an associate producer at FiveSix Productions in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has a B.S. in Film from Full Sail University, and enjoys nature photography and script writing on the side.