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Bay Area Is Backdrop For ‘1st Ever Porn Shot By Drone’

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Where do you go when you need to find actors willing to have sex outdoors while someone is filming? You know the answer.

‘Drone Boning,’ which is being called the first ever pornography shot by drone was filmed right here in the Bay Area.

Brooklyn-based filmmakers Brandon LaGanke and John Carlucci they appreciate the headlines they’re getting, but that breaking ground in pornography was never really their intent. The men behind GHOST+COW Films say they kept hearing negative things about drones, and just wanted to use them for “something fun and positive.”

“I don’t think we set out to make pornography,” said Carlucci, who said they had a sort of “what if” moment that inspired the production. “The idea started as a joke.”

The duo says they even listed the actors as characters “Taggart and Rosewood” from the Beverly Hills Cop movies to drive home that this is meant to be light-hearted.

In reality, the performers – straight, gay and bisexual – in the film were all from the Bay Area, but casting was more challenging than first anticipated.

“It was harder than we thought it was going to be because everyone that we thought might be into it was at Burning Man that week,” said LaGanke.

In the film, Bay Area landscapes (vineyards, forests and cities) actually play a more prominent role than the sex acts. The creators said they knew making this watchable would mean downplaying the sex.

“Drone video is inherently artistic,” said Carlucci. “We tried some shots that were tighter (on the performers) but they just didn’t work.”

They say the video was shot in San Francisco and along Highway 1 on the in Sonoma County coast. You can try your luck at spotting Bay Area landmarks by watching for yourself.

“We came out there because it was such a beautiful landscape, and because our crew was based there,” said LaGanke. “But we really to love that city.”

LaGanke and Carlucci say they know most people are watching this on a computer or smartphone, but in the future they would like to show work like this in a larger art space that better showcases how grand scenes are.

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