I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I think pee play is one of the the best-looking fetish in the world. A golden stream sparkling in the air, exploding all over someone’s face and then filling their mouth is an objectively beautiful thing – that fact that it comes from someone’s bladder is just icing on the cake! 😋
Bruce and I have been trying to capture this beauty since we started recording ourselves 6 years ago, and one of the ways we’ve tried to do that is with slow-motion. This is the best we could do with our trusty old Sony a6000:
Piss and Cum in Slow-Motion
Our first slow-mo attempt back in 2017. We had a limited understanding of what shutter speed and other settings did to slowed-down footage back then, but that didn’t stop us from trying and having a whole lot of fun doing it 😄
Go to video »
A fun first try, but nowhere near what we had in mind. The goal would be to see every drop in the air, frozen in time with no motion blur at all… but for that to happen you would need a much faster shutter speed, and way more light! Which brings us to our next attempt, now on our brand new (at the time) Sony a6400:
Piss Blast in Slow-mo
Second slow-mo attempt, 2019. A lot more light means we’re starting to see the individual pee drops much better, especially when they hit my face and splash everywhere…
Go to video »
A big improvement but still no cigar. The better sensor and higher mbps do a lot of the heavy lifting here, but it still felt like we were hitting the limit of what an entry-level APS-C camera could do. We want to see the individual drops!! The piss foam bubbling in my mouth in HD! We want to see… this:
Ema Lee Slow-Mo
Ema Lee and Nick show us how it’s done on their full-frame Panasonic S5 shot at 150fps (but playing here at 60fps). Isn’t it beautiful?
You can almost taste his yellow piss as it streams down her face and beads in her hair… 😍
Go to video
So I guess that’s what it took all along: a powerful studio light and a really good full frame camera! We have both of these things now (we’re loving our new Sony a7IV) so it’s just a matter of time before you’ll see our attempt number 3 at slow-motion nirvana…
– Morgan xx
I thought all three of those were really beautiful! Would love to see more slow motion vids.
We’ll shoot another one with our much improved gear over the winter, guaranteed!
Whatever the technical details, you are beautiful in everything you do. All the best…