No wipeout, just a wonderfully executed laid out carve.
Not terribly difficult on a toeside carve, but on a heelside it's particularly impressive. IMO, A high speed carver vaulting in a sinuous path from edge to edge with shoulders grazing the snow is just a thing of beauty. That style of carving calls for a very aggressive method. Cross the fall line with speed, switch to the downhill edge, and dive forward and down, ahead of the board and loading the nose, having faith it will catch up to you.
Maintain a low center of gravity, but push the board away from you in mid carve. Then compress, rock back, and allow the board to catch up to you. Recover and dive into the next carve. I haven't been able to get "that" low, but this photo gives me something to work towards.
Stiff alpine boards are needed for this type of riding. On a soft board, if by some grace the edge doesn't just wash out completely, the nose will fold and send you into a series of faceplant somersaults.