Peter Lindbergh is one of my all-time favorite photographers. I often refer to his work for inspiration not only for the technique but for the amazing beauty that exudes from his work. Not too long ago I found this little clip of Peter shooting Amber Valletta (a legend in her own right) for Vogue Italia. What I've found interesting about this video is the level of production that goes into a shoot like this, when the final image appears so effortless. Not only did he set up a gigantic box of blackout fabric (kind of his signature thing), but there are lights, fans, flags, nets; he basically brought a studio to the beach. The lesson I learned from this video? Nothing is as easy as it looks.