An instagram user by the name of @upcomingdccu had a small interaction with Clay Enos, the set still photographer on 'Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice', where Enos spoke about what NOT to expect at Comic-Con 2014 and when fans will be able to see the picture he had infamously teased on twitter (shown below). Enos has previously worked alongside Zack Snyder in 'Watchmen' (2009) and 'Man Of Steel' (2013).
Clay Enos said, "I shoot them easily enough but many talented hands have a say in what is released and when. Nothing happens quickly." When asked about how it feels to be part of a film that is so highly anticipated Enos said, "You don't need to tell me that, I can't say anything without some speculative article being written. I feel like a politician."
Finally, Enos was asked about the "historic" photoshoot he was a part of, and whether we will see the picture he took at SDCC this year. Enos said, "It's probably safe to say comic-con 2015 but we're filming during this year's event. We are on this project into next year and then the visual effects take another year."
So, we now know that we won't be seeing a Trinity photo just yet. Considering Warner Bros has revealed the new suits for Batman and Superman, they could choose to simply reveal Wonder Woman's costume at the show. Thanks to Enos we also know that Waner Bros is taking their time and carefully crafting 'Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice' as filming will continue till December of this year.
PS: Clay Enos is a great man!