Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

I shot Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl for the fine folks at National Rock Review.  You can see my article and photos here.

Shooting Fall Out Boy is always a thrill for me, since they are one of my absolute favorite bands.  I last shot them two years ago at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, on one of their first tour dates after reuniting.

There was quite the difference in shooting them at House of Blues versus shooting them at the Hollywood Bowl.  For starters, the Hollywood Bowl stage is enormous!  The stage is so big that it was difficult to get the whole band in a single shot.  Also this was the first time shooting at the Bowl where I actually got to shoot from the pit, which was really fun.  The pit was huge and nearly empty and it was the ideal shooting situation.

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

Fall Out Boy at the Hollywood Bowl

 

 

 

About the author

Kathy Flynn

Kathy is a freelance music, event, and travel photographer based out of Los Angeles, CA.

Kathy started photographing bands in the early 80s, where she was a fixture on the L.A. rock scene. She returned to concert photography in 2011, starting Wicked Goddess Photography.

She is a regular contributor to Loudwire, Diffuser, National Rock Review, and Find Your Seen.

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