There are a lot of concerns about privately owned drones–they might be used by governments to spy on you, they might be about to bomb you, or someone might use one to watch you, you know, when you're doing it. Once again showing that porn is a weirdly versatile media, ready to snap up any change in your voyeuristic wants, a Brooklyn-based filmmaker has released 'Drone Boning'–described as the "Where's Waldo" of porn.

Thing is, it's actually really beautifully shot. Landscapes roll in the camera, seas caress beaches and, in the corner, some people are having some sex.

In an interview with Motherboard, one of the filmmakers, Brandon LeGanke said "We wanted to explore the whole idea of drone privacy and strikes—this idea of 'make porn, not war.'"

Don't expect drone porn to become a thing though, as Le Ganke put it: "I would never shoot a real porn like this, if you can't masturbate to it, man, it's not a good pornography film."

Which is a fair point.

 

[via Motherboard]