DolanReloadedMeh. Your missing the point. About 1% of good skiers would ever hit urban without filming it.
Stop pretending that fact is not crucially damning to the “i would do big urban hits just for fun” Argument
The point you are trying to make is only arrived at when you apply some incorrect assumptions. The first is that you lump all of street skiing into “big urban hits” or you are saying those are the only ones worth doing/watching. None of that is true.
The next problem is you assume street skiing is only done if it’s filmed. This is also not true as made clear by other responses. Even if it were true I don’t see how that would take away from it at all. You say it’s not fun and people only do it to film it. Let’s assume that’s the truth, although it’s clearly not. In that reality it still exists and filming it is fun, or the results of working towards a full part or project are fun. And what is the problem with skiing only being a part of the entire fun process? No problem. So again, go hit a spot and find out how fun it is for you. Maybe it’s more fun when you tell the stories about getting kicked out, or show your crash clips, or building spots is more fun for you or maybe filming it is the fun part and you love making a full part. Whatever it may be, skiing is at the heart of it.
For me the fun is the experience with my friends. Filming it is a way of remembering. When I see a 4 second clip that I was around for I get to remember a whole day, or even a whole trip, of skiing with friends. Make a full part and there is a whole season wrapped into 3-5minutes. Looking back on a year of shenanigans, hard work, mishaps and success with the right people is what’s fun to me.