With the advent of the Internet, porn has proliferated. Those involved in producing it often refer to their business as the Porn Industry. In fact it's not an industry at all. At most it's a cottage industry. Probably they take their cue from outsiders who comment on the subject and refer to it as an Industry because they imagine the hand of Mister Big behind it. Sinister underworld bosses controlling it's propagation and reaping fabulous rewards. Before the Internet it was certainly the case that porn was produced by a handful of companies owned by men who did make large amounts of money from it. Hugh Hefner, Larry Flynt or Paul Raymond controlled real corporations to publish real magazines with huge circulations. And it simply was not easy for anyone without significant financial backing to compete. But with the Internet and cheap miniature digital cameras that anyone could operate, anyone could be a producer and a publisher, with a negligable investment. So many of the web porn production houses thrown up by the Internet are essentially little more than one man operations. Simultaneously a style of porn filming has arisen known as POV. A POV (point of view) shot is a familiar device in mainstream flm-making. Cut into the edit, it establishes the scene from the perspective of an actor. It is part of the narrative structure. But porn movies are a distinct sub-genre of film-making. There is no room for a narrative. There is only the now. Or perhaps it's more like, and then, and then, and then. So POV in porn terms refers to one continuous subjective POV shot from the perspective of the camera operator who is interacting with the actress, the subject of the movie.
Anyway, to get back to the matter in hand. The matter in Rachel's hand. After shooting the first set of still pictures, the photographer asks "How would you like to suck my cock?" Matter-of-factly she says,"OK!"