How the New Citori 725 Commercial Was Filmed

Browning Citori 725 Skeet 12 gauge

If you have seen Browning’s new Citori 725 over-and-under shotgun commercial, you may have wondered how the very-high-resolution images of the pheasant flushing were captured. Also, how did the video team make the 725 appear out of nowhere in the hunters’ hands? Answer: Green-screen and CGI technologies.

Here’s the finished commercial followed by how Browning’s filmmakers pulled off this amazing commercial:

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