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Nov. 7, 2014 7:29 am

Watch this porno ‘Drone Boning’ because cinematography

It's really about privacy, in a world where drones could become all too prevalent. And beautiful scenery. And boning.
Brandon LaGanke and John Carlucci of Ghost+Cow Films.

Brandon LaGanke and John Carlucci of Ghost+Cow Films.

(Photo via Ghost+Cow Facebook page)

No, seriously. This porn is all about the cinematography. The sweeping vistas.

Included in those vistas, occasionally (not that much, honestly) are various couples doing it. To be honest, this reporter couldn’t even really tell if they were the same people doing it from shot to shot. You can’t really see them that well.

It’s probably NSFW. Here you go. We’ve got your pr0n for you:

The Brooklyn videographers behind the piece, Ghost+Cow Filmsposted it to Tumblr and Vimeo. Ghost+Cow also did a video for the band Big Data, who we wrote about this summer. That video is one of the craziest things we’ve seen in a while. (It features Barely Political alum and YouTube personality Lauren Francesca. You probably also shouldn’t watch this one at work, but not quite for the same reasons.)

Motherboard has a breakdown of the “Drone Boning” film and its intentions. There is a pretty high-minded element to what the filmmakers are doing here. They really want to explore the promise and the perils of using drones.

Over at our Baltimore sister site, we’ve shown the work of a couple that’s taken some amazing photos with drones. See also Technical.ly Philly for some “pretty” skyline shots via drone.

Drone photography may be awe inspiring, but people are also afraid of invasions of privacy. That’s why showing the odd pair of people screwing somewhere in a long pan of a idyllic vineyard makes sense, once you think about it.

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