Behind the Scenes of Diane Birch's 'Valentino' Video

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After watching Diane Birch's new 'Valentino' video, you were probably left scratching your head and asking yourself, "How did she do that?" Well, we've got all the answers in this behind-the-scenes video, which shows just how all that on-screen magic was made.

As we previously reported, 'Valentino' was filmed in one take, which means the cameras kept rolling during the full 3-minute song. However, that one take was shot 62 times before the video's director, Dennis Liu, decided he had what they needed. In the end, it was take No. 57 that made the final cut and is what you see in the finished product.

In this revealing footage, you get to go behind the projection screen and see what Diane is doing to make all those costume changes and images come to life. It's not easy -- the singer-songwriter followed specific choreographed steps, paid close attention to her floor markers and was coached by her director all along the way.
Watch the behind-the-scenes footage to see how it all went down, and then check out the final version below. Once you see everything that Diane had to do to make the images look seamless, you'll have a whole new appreciation for the video.




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