The Disney Concert Hall is one of the most iconic buildings in Los Angeles. I've visited the concert hall on various occasions, but I've never spent much time photographing the architectural marvel. Partly because I have never really had the time to do so and partly because it has always seemed quite challenging to create unique images of one of the most photographed locations in Los Angeles.
Yesterday, during an outing to photograph Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles, I decided to stop by the Disney Concert Hall to make a few images. Soon after arriving with the Fujifilm X-Pro1 and XF 14mm, I found myself completely immersed in finding interesting ways to capture this fascinating building. Before moving to the Fujifilm X-Series system and getting the XF 14mm, I had always preferred shooting at more normal focal lengths between 35 and 50mm. Since fitting my X-Pro1 with the XF 14mm however, my preferences have changed and I'm truly enjoying the task of learning to compose with this awesome wide angle lens.