I think I have a photo-masochistic tendency to a certain degree. I'd done a little bit of 8x10, but not much. I thought, this is a chance to embark on something in a whole different way than what I would normally do, and what they think I'm going to do for them. That's always attractive to me when I do a photography project. I didn’t want it to look like standard photojournalism either. Part of the way you come in is with a little bit of theater too. I wanted the quality of the 8x10 camera, but I also wanted the dynamic to be a little different. I figured, if I go in with an assistant, lights and this giant camera, the kids are going to think this is some real big deal. They did and they were all begging to get photographed. If I asked them, they inevitably said yes. It was an exciting little moment, I think. That was the theater part of it.