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Beautiful Skate Choreography Eliminates the Need for Post Work in Music Video

It’s hard to believe but there’s almost no post-production work involved for the music video for Chet Faker’s “Gold,” directed by Hiro Murai.

Murai tells The 405, “I think people are surprised to hear that there is almost no post-work involved in this video. All of the skating and camera moves were done practically by driving down the same stretch of road 30 times. Post consisted of picking a few takes and stitching them together at transition points. I think there’re total of 4 shots combined together for the final video. The shoot itself was a lot of driving back and forth in the middle of nowhere, while making sure there weren’t any rocks that the girls could trip on.”

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