by SHOWstudio .

Live image gallery launched!

With the first look - a Lanvin blouse and darted trousers precariously perched atop serious Jil Sander asymmetrical platforms - being photographed before your very eyes, Nick Knight's V Magazine shoot is beginning to take shape both in Nick's viewfinder and our Let There Be Light Project Gallery. Updated real-time with Nick's photographs of Lily's latest looks, check the Gallery throughout the progress of the shoot to see this raw untouched (or retouched) imagery develop before your very eyes.

8 comments

  1. RichardWright
    17:37 10 Nov 2008
    Hi all. Please forgive my ignorance but it seems that half the time that Nick is firing the shutter, the flash isnt firing...!? Unless he is just using the modelling light on the umbrellered key light some of the time....weird, I understand everyone is busy but perhaps Tristan can let me know when he isnt tweaking that boom arm every two minutes....!? Nice "Rain" themed music earlier, ha ha!!
  2. Alimanu
    17:52 10 Nov 2008
    Great, thanks for the live experience and images!
  3. RichardWright
    18:41 10 Nov 2008
    Me again....just an oservation but would Nick agree that he shoots more on digital than film....?
  4. KaWai
    18:54 10 Nov 2008
    Nice. Interesting behind the look of how to achieve the end product.
  5. flux
    21:15 10 Nov 2008
    This is fantastic! With some of the studio's past live projects it's been slightly frustrating to see the action mainly but not the actual stills, not like this anyway... I know these pix are just the beginning of a complex process, but it's so interesting to see - thanks so much!
  6. BrunoHoudayer
    12:02 11 Nov 2008
    Hi Richard,
    trying to answer your question...
    In fact it's the fault of "streaming" webcast which "eats" some frame of video. As flash duration is very very short sometimes we can't see it i think ;-)
    Ciao
    Bruno
  7. BrunoHoudayer
    12:04 11 Nov 2008
    Hi Richard,
    trying to answer your question...
    In fact it's the fault of "streaming" webcast which "eats" some frame of video. As flash duration is very very short sometimes we can't see it i think ;-)
    Ciao
    Bruno
  8. BrunoHoudayer
    12:13 11 Nov 2008
    Hi there is no more SOund onlivewebcast ;-)

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