It's a dual purpose tool for me. It's way to help people to focus on what is going on because they are not used to it. With Courtney Love specifically, she has been photographed by every single photographer in the last thirty years. She has been photographed by Avedon, Herb Ritz, Leibovitz, everybody. So, when I broke out the film camera, she immediately snapped in. She knew what it was, she hadn't seen one in a while, and she immediately snapped into, 'oh this guy is serious and we are going to take a cool picture here.' It serves the purpose of me being able to get a shot that I know I'm going to love, but it also services the rest of the shoot and gets a different level of engagement, I find. I give the film pictures to my client too. I give them what I think is the best stuff, and hopefully a variety of things that will work for them.