There is a photo project I've been wanting to do for a while and I hop to start it soon. It may not be of everyone's interest, but hopefully, with how I'm doing it, people will like it. So my plan is to photograph airliners (mostly) with a wide angle lens right before landing. I've seen some similar shots, but I wanted to do my own take on it. My initial inspiration for this was the book Aircraft: The Jet as Art by Jeffrey Milstein. You can check out his stuff on his website: http://www.jeffreymilstein.com/index/aircraft.html. Another inspiration is James Carroll. He has some cool shots here at LAX and I've actually asked him some questions about this project. Check out his cool shots on Instagram @ jamescarrolla. I hope to start doing shots soon (once I get time, the weather cooperates and I feel better). LAX will probably be my primary airport, but I may try some others if I can and if security doesn't hassle me. My plan is to use either my Irix 11m or Irix 15mm lenses and in black & white. Things could change though. Stay tuned to see my progress!!