I think that filmmakers have always taken inspiration from still images. What's interesting is that now you can put out the word that you're looking for photographs and pretty soon you have 69,000 of them to consider. People are shooting more pictures and, whether they're aware of it or not, they're developing they're own style. Whether they're using a cell phone or carefully composing with good equipment, they're looking back and evaluating what makes a picture stand out to them. People don't even realize that they're developing an aesthetic, but they are because they're so free to shoot. It's influencing film-making, too. What kind of composition do we find ourselves seeing over and over again?