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"For us, the biggest turn ons are feelings and emotions."


LunaxJames


What happens when you combine wanderlust with regular lust?


Luna and James have combined their love of travel with their love for each other. The result is some of the strongest narrative, and most engaging personality, that we've ever seen on Pornhub.


Their vlogs combine your greatest travel fantasies with your other fantasies, and they've quickly risen as one of Pornhub's top new couples. 


I caught up with them to talk about exploring new places, shooting indoors vs. outdoors, and how love and passion are the biggest turn-ons of all.




 


To start, can you tell us how you met, and how you came to shoot together?


We met about two years ago through Tinder (how cliché, right?). We were both just out of serious relationships and at this time in our lives we were looking for the opposite: just some fun with no strings attached. After a few dates we discovered how much we actually have in common and we quickly moved in with each other. Things went really fast from there. A month later, we were in an airport flying to Prague for our first trip together. While waiting to board, James was reading an article about people making a living being live cam models. He made a joke about it, and at the time that’s all it was. But a few weeks after that, we got really curious and decided to give it a try. We did live shows for about 6 months, and then decided to move to making our own videos.


 


What inspired you to combine your travel experiences with making porn?


We have always wanted to share who we are and what we do in our work. Traveling is one of our passions, and sharing it in our films came naturally. We wanted to share all those beautiful places we see and the things we experience with our audience.


 


Your videos have a very strong narrative. Do you plan them out beforehand, or are they totally unscripted?


It’s somewhere in between. Before shooting a vlog, we’ll usually have a general idea of what we want to do in a day and we try to have a few things planned to guide us. But more often than not, that will change along the way, new plans will be made and there’s always some level of unpredictability that make things that much more interesting.


 


What’s your favorite place that you have traveled to together?


The city we are in right now, Ho Chi Minh City, might be our favorite. It’s an incredible city that never sleeps, and always manages to surprise us in some way. We also really enjoyed our time in Chiang Mai (Thailand) and Prague (Czech Republic).


"The story is everything."



Where is next on your list to travel to?


Unfortunately we can’t answer that without spoiling our next big announcement! But stay tuned for more details.


 


What camera equipment do you use?


For the past year we’ve been using the Sony A7SII which is a great camera. We have just invested in the Sony A7III, an incredible improvement on the past versions that, in our opinion, blows away any other camera on the market for that price point. The only thing to know when going Sony is that the lenses can get really expensive. We personally use the Zeiss 55mm f1.8, 28mm f2 and the 10-18mm f4 that is for APS-C sensor, so we’d like to replace it with the 16-35mm f4.


The next most important piece of equipment for us is the Zhiyun Crane v2 gimbal. Smooth footage is key for what we do, and it can really make the difference a far as cinematics go.


As for the microphone we’ve been using the Takstar SGC-598, it’s a good cheap alternative to Rode mics and it can make a tremendous improvement on overall quality of videos.


For the process itself, we shoot everything in Cine4 or Slog2 picture profile, color grade in DaVinci Resolve and edit with Final Cut Pro X.


 


Do you have a different set up when you’re filming at home vs. filming outdoors?


Absolutely. We started by developing our set up for fixed locations where we could have a lot of space, comfort and gear. We try to have the highest standard of production when we shoot videos for video-selling sites, and will often use two cameras, tripods, lights, reflectors and so on. But when we started doing the vlog and creating content on the go we had to rethink all that. As many great YouTube creators say: when daily vlogging, the quality of individual shots becomes less important than just getting ALL the shots you need and making sure the story’s there. The story is everything.


For the vlog we’ll usually just have the Sony A7III, a GorillaPod, the shotgun mic and sometimes the Zhiyun Crane if we can.


 


What advice do you have for making your videos look better?


YouTube has been a great way for us to learn. There are so many creators putting incredible content out there that can help you improve your videos and teach you all the basics about filmmaking.


As far as basics go: unless you can have a great artificial lighting setup (Key, Fill and Back light), always go for natural light. The closer you get to the source (a window for example) the better it will look. Learn how to properly do exposure, white balance and shot framing (using the rule of thirds for instance). Background is also key, once you have the subjects where you want them in the frame make sure that you remove any mess or visible objects that could be distracting in the frame for the viewer.


Finally, sound is often underestimated but it is crucial and can make or break a video. If you have a DSLR type camera, the Takstar mic we mentioned above is only around 20$ and will make a significant difference.


"Create great content first and worry about marketing later."



You’ve gotten a lot of video views in a very short time on Pornhub. Why do you think you’ve been so successful?


That a difficult question to answer and we ask ourselves that a lot. We were confident in the concept when we started the vlog - we had been thinking about it for months and really saw an opportunity to bring a new kind of content to the adult industry.


We knew the videos would attract the curiosity of viewers, but we weren’t sure if people were ready for something like that or if we would just receive a lot of hate because it’s just not what you’re expecting to see on a site like Pornhub.


We believe our videos are successful because we bring a true level of intimacy that makes them that much more real. Maybe people can identify and relate on some level to the things Luna and I share.


It might sound cheesy but for us, the biggest turn ons are feelings, emotions, and a sensation of complete trust in your partner. We thought that was hard to find in porn so we decided to try and express that. Not just show the sex part but also everything that’s around, all the little things that make our couple what it is. Sex and other aspects of life are not divided into air tight compartments, they are linked and influence each other. I think a lot of people realize that and appreciate seeing and getting to know the people that are behind their porn. It’s just like character development in movies, you won’t root or feel for the hero if a connection with him/her wasn’t established first.


 


What is your strategy for selling content on clip sites like Modelhub?


It’s funny because we really didn’t have a strategy when we started Modelhub and I’m still not sure we have one now! We basically just wanted to make the best looking videos possible while being as natural as possible. We’re still unsure as to why we are successful on those platforms, but we are incredibly grateful for it.


 


What is your overall marketing strategy for your content? Do you use social media to promote yourself?


We do use social media a little but we are not great at it (and we could definitely do much better). We are on Twitter but we don’t use Instagram, and we just opened a Snapchat account yesterday. Coming out of business school with a strong passion for marketing I [James] used to think that you could sell anything as long as it was properly packaged and well marketed. That led to multiple mistakes and failures [Laughs]. Our approach to porn is always centered around the content. Create great content first and worry about marketing later. That has really been working for us so far. If you create something unique that has real value you shouldn’t worry about pushing it towards people, they will find it and get it on their own.


"Don’t let the business side of things impact your relationship."



What do you wish you had known when you first started making videos?


For couples doing amateur porn: don’t let the numbers and the business side of things dictate your life and impact your relationship. There is money to be made in this sector but you also have to be aware of how intense porn can be - it’s easy to lose yourself in it. Some months we were doing so well we were just thinking about producing more and more, doubling the amount of videos we’d shoot in a specific timeframe. We realized that we’d end up fighting a lot and taking less pleasure in our work because we had lost our personal balance.


This is not like other jobs where you can put in extra hours with little side effects. For us, the quality of our production heavily relies upon our relationship being healthy and strong, and that’s what we need to preserve. If that means one video a week instead of three and we make less money, then so be it.


The day porn starts to feel like a job, we’ll stop immediately and do something else.


 


Do you have any exciting new projects you want to tell us about?


Yes! After a year in South East Asia we are preparing a big move to a completely different destination. We’re super excited and we’ll announce it in the next episode of the Sex Diaries. We’re flying off to this next adventure in two weeks and this should be the next chapter in our lives for at least a year. We will still travel a lot but we wanted to have one place where we can always come back to and we think we might just have found it!




 


Thank you to Luna and James for sharing their story with us. Follow them on Pornhub, Modelhub, and Twitter to find out where they'll travel next.



So you’ve got a camera. You’ve got your room decorated. You’re ready to start filming.


Or are you?


The single most important factor for home video recording quality, more important than even your camera, is lighting.


And no, that doesn’t mean turning on the floor lamp and the overhead light.


You’ve gotta consider the white balance, the color, the intensity, and above all the positioning of your lights.


But is it possible to get pro-quality lighting without a pro budget?


We took a look at all the best home recording lighting options, so you don’t have to.


Read on to make your next video your best ever:


 


Working with what you’ve got


 


So maybe you’ve got a lighting budget, and that budget is Zero.


That’s ok. You can still make do, and get better results than you have now, with what you’ve got lying around the house.


There’s a principle in photography called Three-Point Lighting, and if you apply this theory (even without professional equipment), you’re gonna notice the results right away.


Here is an excellent tutorial for achieving solid three-point lighting, at home, using stuff you definitely already have. (Nobody tell him that a porn blog linked to his video, ok?)


 


Prismatic LED Halo Ring Light


 


Ever watched a YouTube makeup tutorial? Let’s be honest – we all have. Even I can appreciate the skill and finesse that goes into a good contour.


If you’ve seen one, and we all know you have, you’ve probably seen one of these ring lights somewhere in the frame.


These do a phenomenal job given the pricepoint, they mount to your camera so the subject always stays lit, and the LED bulbs give great light color and will last for ages.


HOWEVER – you’ll still need ambient (i.e. background) lighting, otherwise the subject will be washed out. Another potential con to using ring lights is that you can sometimes see ‘em reflected in people’s eyeballs on camera. However, as Mark Rockwell says, "most people enjoy the little 'donut' in the girl's eyes."


A good one clocks in around $200, and it’s absolutely worth the investment.


 


Fovitec StudioPRO


 


Ready to get pro with it? High-level production needs high-level lighting.


This kit from Fovitec includes two bi-color LED panels, with barndoor shutters, tripods and carrying case.


What does that all mean?


It means two of your three light sources are covered, you can move ‘em anywhere, and you can control how much or how little light to let out with the doors.


Check out a lighting comparison to see what a difference this kinda thing can make.


These are, however, not cheap – the set of two, with accessories, is gonna run you around $350.


 


Reflectors


 


OK, so you’ve got your lights. But to achieve true 3-point lighting, you need more than just lights.


You need something for ‘em to bounce off of.


This can be as simple as a white piece of Bristol board, or a sheet of tinfoil, or as elaborate as this.


What’s most important is your technique. There are lots of tutorials out there, but the best thing you can do is experiment with your scene, setting and lighting to see what gives you the best results.


No matter what type of lighting you can afford, if you apply these principles you’ll see a major difference in the quality of the videos you produce.


And as we all know, better quality = more streams, more sales and more cash.


Anything we missed? Let us know in the comments.


Camera Guide


For your content to sell well, you know you have to look good and feel good.


But what about your videos themselves?


In the information age, any content creator in any niche, mainstream or otherwise, has to raise the bar for production standards to get noticed.


That means, whether you’re a YouTuber, a musician, or a model, production quality needs to be on your mind at all times.


But not everybody has thousands of dollars to spend on a pro home studio setup.


So what can content creators do to make sure their videos and photos look as professional as possible?


It all starts with your setup.


We know that your equipment and room setup depends a lot on your budget. So we broke it down for you by budget. Can you afford $5000 for a camera? Great – we’ve got you covered. Capping out at $100? No prob – we’ve got you, too.


Regardless of your budget, there are a few key features you need in a camera. So no matter what you end up getting, make sure it has:



  1. Autofocus

  2. 1080p recording (at least)

  3. 30fps


It’s also important to remember that the best camera in the world is useless without good lighting. You’ll also probably need an external microphone for capturing great audio.


For pretty much every camera on this list, there are YouTube reviews available with example footage. So for a better idea of what you’re getting into, just search the camera model name on YouTube.


With that in mind, let’s take a look at the best home recording cameras for any budget:


 


<$100


Logitech C922x 


The gold standard for streamers. Keep in mind this is a webcam, so you’re not getting cinematic-level quality. But it’s got autofocus, it shoots 1080p, and it’s under 100 bucks.


Logitech C920 


VERY similar to the C922x. Officially discontinued, but if you can find it, it’s more or less the same thing as the 922x - but cheaper.


Microsoft LifeCam Studio 


One of the only well-recommended webcams that isn’t made by Logitech, the LifeCam Studio shoots 1080p, has autofocus, and has a built-in microphone (but you’ll want an external one anyway).


It has a tripod mount, too, so you can set it up in different locations.


 


<$500


GoPro Hero6


The best autofocus on the market for anything with lots of motion. Wink wink. You’ve seen these used for extreme sports, but let’s not discount our own athleticism. The integrated microphone is decent, so you might get away with only using that. However – you’ll need a case for it that lets sound into the mic. The stock waterproof case is sealed, so the sound doesn’t work great. We recommend The Frame – GoPro’s camera mount gives easy access (again, wink wink) to both the microphone and USB/HDMI ports.


 


Used DSLRs


If you don’t mind a pre-loved camera, check local buy-and-sell websites for deals on used gear. You can probably find any of the cameras in our <$1000 category for around $500 if they’re used. Just make sure you trust the seller, since you won’t get a warranty with it.


 


<$1000


In this pricerange we’re getting into DSLR camera bodies and HD Camcorders. This is for when you’ve got a bit of money to throw around, and you wanna seriously upgrade your production value. If it’s good enough for the world’s top YouTubers, and even some indie filmmakers, it’s good enough for you.


Canon G7 X mk2 - ~$679 USD


This is a workhorse of the home video production world. It’s got a flip-out viewscreen (so you can see yourself as you’re recording), shoots in 1080p, takes amazing photos, and it’s got auto-focus. Think of it as a c922, but with a major upgrade in terms of video quality. The stock settings for white balance do a great job, and it’s got remote shooting controls for your smartphone or tablet. Pretty sweet.


Panasonic HC-X920 3MOS Ultrafine Full HD Camcorder


Your camera should be like you: Ultrafine.


Optimized for video, camcorders are gonna give you a more consistent image when shooting video as compared to a DSLR, which is designed primarily for still photos.


This is the perfect option if you want premium-quality HD video with minimal interference. It’s user-friendly, the autofocus is great, and you don’t need to fiddle with too many settings to get good results.


It’s got all the main features you need: flip-out viewfinder screen, 1080p video, autofocus, tripod mounts, et al.


Check out this decidedly strange test footage (my fav shot is at 0:29).


Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera (with lens)


With a lens, this one clocks in around $600. This is more or less the baseline for shooting good-quality video without a production-grade camcorder.


BestBuy has a good little starter kit including a memory card, additional lens and condenser microphone for juuuust under a grand (see the Frequently Bought Together section). If you don’t feel like thinking too much about what you’re gonna buy, this is a great out-of-the-box setup. Can’t go wrong.


 


<$5000


The big guns. This section is for when you’re ready to take your content to new cinematic heights. Or maybe you want something that doubles for your career as a budding feature film director.


Sony RX100 VI


This is about as good as it gets for a point-and-shoot camera. It’s small, super-lightweight, and produces really incredible video quality. It’s equipped with Fast Hybrid AutoFocus, meaning your shots will stay in focus even with tons of movement.


Clocks in around $1200 for the base model.


Sony FDRAX53


We’re getting into cinematic quality here. The FDRAX53 shoots ultra-HD 4K and 20 megapixel still photos, it’s super light making for easy handheld shots, it’s got a flip-out viewscreen, good autofocus – this has more or less everything you need for incredible quality video. It even records Dolby 5.1 surround-sound, but I still wouldn’t rely on the built-in mic.


Get the full kit including lenses, lighting, tripod/monopod, microphone, and carrying case for about $2000.


 


Canon XA30 HD


Amazing autofocus. Professional-grade image stabilization. Full HD recording quality. This camera is firmly in the realm of “pro-sumer,” which means it’s good enough for professional applications but still (kinda) affordable.


Get the FULLLLL kit with literally everything you could ever need for about 3 grand.


Canon XF400


A heavy-duty camera for serious filmmakers, the Canon XF400 tops our list for most expensive, but also most full-featured, home camera.


Just shy of $3000 (that’s with NO accessories), this definitely isn’t a budget option. However, its professional-grade features, like a 1-inch photosensor, make it worth every penny – if you need the best video quality possible, that is. Honestly, this is probably overkill for most content creators, but if you want the very best, this is it.


 




 


Clearly, there’s a solution for any content creator on any budget.


Before you buy, do your own research – one of the best things you can do is check YouTube for sample footage. That’ll give you an excellent idea of what real-life results you can expect from your new camera.


And don’t forget – if you wanna save some cash, you can always buy used. Just make sure the camera seems to work well, since you won’t get a warranty that way.


Above all, remember that if you’re shooting indoors, the best camera in the world won’t help you without good lighting.


What do you shoot with? Let us know in the comments.


Model Citizens: Bryci

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di: Andy

“The harder you work, the luckier you get.”


Bryci


Where do we start with Bryci? She's worked in every aspect of the adult industry, from behind the camera to in front of it. She's a top-50 pornstar who never signed with an agency. She's a webmaster, marketer, coder, and all-around boss. 


When somebody with a portfolio that impressive wants to talk about how she got to where she is today, you listen. 


Don't let her humble tone dissuade you from the facts - Bryci is one of the most powerful people in porn today, and she's gonna tell you how she did it: 




 


You’ve had an inspiring and unusual career arc – you started behind-the-scenes then transitioned to on-camera work, which is the opposite of what many people do. Can you tell us about your journey, how you got started, and what made you interested in performing?


I started in adult as a webmaster and affiliate marketer. My husband James and myself built up a network of pay-sites that we ran, and I built and maintained other websites with the main purpose only to promote other peoples pay-sites. After working with a few girls on their websites and seeing how much fun they were having, James and I decided to try it out ourselves and we really haven’t looked back. We still build and maintain pay-sites with other girls and couples that we work with along with our own pay site, Bryci.com.  


 


You started in the industry as a webmaster and affiliate marketer for a network of amateur sites. What was that experience like?


It was like all the pieces of my life puzzle fell together, as hokey as that sounds!  I grew up in a computer oriented family, taught myself coding in my spare time, and have always enjoyed helping other people. So to put it all together, and in something as fun as adult, it’s just been a really fun ride.


 


Did you make enough money to get by doing those things?


We did yes, through a lot of work and long hours. Isn’t there a saying, “The harder you work, the luckier you get?” That seems pretty appropriate! Like any new business, you’re going to work a lot of hours for peanuts. But if you keep going, month after month, year after year, the paycheques get bigger.


 


Do you have any advice for people who are interested in working behind-the-scenes in the adult industry? Whether that’s on the digital side or in production.


A lot of people think that adult always equals easy money. It’s still a business, and though it might be easier to make money starting an adult business compared to a cupcake shop downtown, it’s still going to take a lot of effort. You’ll have an easier time if you approach it like any other industry, any other brand new business or brand.  


Because the adult industry is more hush-hush than others, it’s tougher to place ads for help wanted. If you’re a graphic designer, coder, webmaster or anything inbetween, reach out to companies and let them know what you can do for them and their company. Toss your hat in the ring. Even if they don’t need your help right then, you’ll be on their short list of who to contact when they do need help. Otherwise, take the bull by the horns and start your own venture using your skills - that way you can control your own ceiling.


 


Same question, but for models and performers – what advice do you have for models who are just starting out?


Create, upload, repeat. This is a big stumbling block I’ve seen creators have. The more content you create, the more people will subscribe, or follow, or retweet.. the list goes on.


Don’t overthink it. Figure out your workflow, and do it as often as possible.  


Don’t compare your beginning to someone else's middle. To create beautiful videos or photos, it’s taken them a lot of trial and error, and you’ll need to do the same. I see a lot of models comparing their unedited content to other people's edited (but not noticably edited) content and getting discouraged.  


Be the best version of you, that’s the ace in your pocket. There is no one else that can be a better you than you can! Create what you’re passionate about, it’ll show, and you’ll find your fanbase. If you try to create what you think will sell or is popular, but you don’t enjoy it, get ready for a quick burn out.


Figure out what your comfort levels are, and stick to them (until you’re comfortable changing them, if you ever are). Take care of yourself and your mental health, because adult can be a whirlwind mentally sometimes.


"My secret sauce is my passion."


Bryci


You’re ranked in the top 50 pornstars on Pornhub. What factors do you think contributed to your success in that ranking?


I think there must have been a glitch in your software.  [Laughs] Honestly though, I started in adult behind the scenes because I battle self-confidence - I think there are SO many gorgeous people and amazing entertainers in adult, and on Pornhub. I think my secret sauce is my passion, because I film with my husband and only film what we enjoy - I think it's infectious.  


 


Your content and photos look great. Are you willing to share your camera/equipment setup?


Thank you! Our gear is changing constantly, James loves all the new tech equipment. James will often show off the new tech equipment we get for shooting on our YouTube channel, or he'll mention if something ends up being shit in a vlog.


James: Sony A7R III (mainly for photos, but also 4K video) + Canon 80D (for video only) are the cameras.  For lenses we use several ranging from Sony 24-70GM F2.8, Zeiss 55mm F1.8 and others and then for Canon.. Canon 10-14mm F4.5 is the primary we use.


 


When was Bryci.com launched?


February of 2009, we’re almost 10 years old! I was working in adult behind the scenes for 3 years before that.


 


What do you wish you had known when you were first setting up your website?


That people are going to think shit things about me no matter if I was “just” a nude model, or if I was filming my sex life. So going back, I wish I had taken the hardcore leap way back when I started, because porn makes nice money. :)


 


What has brought in the most revenue for you between clip-selling sites (like Modelhub), tube sites (like Pornhub), and your own website?


By far my website, Bryci.com.  I think this will be different for every different person's situation though. A website is a brand new entity that needs constant promotion. A clipsite already has the traffic, so does Pornhub.  They’re all different animals, choose whichever one suits your needs better, or try them all to see what you enjoy the most.  


 


Your YouTube channel is super informative, and you’ve got almost 100k subscribers. What tactics have you used to build a following on YouTube?


T&A. Hey, just being honest! We use our YouTube channel to connect with our fans, but also to promote our pay stuff to a brand new audience. YouTube is super strict and tricky to navigate if you have the mindset of “but I saw this other youtuber do it”. With every site you’re going to participate on, read the TOS.


 


"The internet moves fast - if you aren’t active often, you’ll be forgotten quickly."


Bryci


Can you give us a brief overview of your marketing strategy for your content?


I actually started my website as a blog, long before I turned it into a paysite. Having years of traffic already going to my site because of my blog was great. If you have a website, you need a free blog, and to learn how to utilize it for traffic.


For social, do something every day. It doesn’t have to be advertising every single day, and it shouldn’t because you’ll be annoying and lose people. Invite people into your life, let them fall in love with you, and then tell them where to watch your porn. The internet moves fast - if you aren’t active often, you’ll be forgotten quickly. 


Use hashtags and tags (on social, and Pornhub, and blogging) to your fullest ability. Max out that description. Write a title that your target customer is going to be Googling for. 


 


 


You’ve mentioned wanting to do more cosplay. What characters will we see next from you?


I really couldn’t say as I let my fans decide! I often will ask what they want to see, and I’ve gotten some cool not-so-well-known character ideas this way.


 


What’s something aspiring models can do to take their content from “average” to “spectacular”? 


Pornhub is great for research! Use it to watch the top content, most viewed, and so on. Try to find similarities. Maybe you’ll find a new blowjob technique, or a fantastic angle for the camera during sex that you hadn’t thought about.


 


Any upcoming projects you’d like to tell us about?


Yes, James and I are starting a podcast!  We’ll be recording them and putting them on our YouTube channel as well as everywhere you can get podcasts, and we’re doing 2 a week!


One will be a Sex Talk focused podcast, the other will be a general chat. If you grab the Anchor app you can search “ourbellalife” and leave us a voicemail that we can play on air!


I hope that helps anyone out there. James and I love seeing people enjoy their sex life and be in control of their future.  If anyone has any questions feel free to hit us up!




 


Thanks again to Bryci for taking the time to talk with us. We're not worthy. Make sure to check her out on Pornhub, Modelhub, Bryci.com, and YouTube.






It's summer. It's really, really, reaaaaaaally fucking hot outside. The only thing hotter? Our June Model Program Winners! Without further ado:


The June Amateur Model of the Month is LindseyLove! Already one of Pornhub's biggest stars, she's well on her way to the top of the Modelhub charts as well. 


 


LindseyLove

 


In the very unlikely event that you haven't seen 'em, here are some of her top vids:










 











 




 


The June Professional Model of the Month is the lovely Maryjane Auryn.


 



 


Take a look at some of her top videos that helped her win this month:










 











 




Both of our Model of the Month winners get a free year of Pornhub Premium. Pornhub Premium gives you access to full, uncut HD scenes, plus no ads.


Our Amateur Newcomer of the Month for June 2018 is youhorny1995!


 



 


Two months. 3.5 million views. See for yourself why they're climbing the charts:










 




The Professional Newcomer of the Month for May 2018 is the self-described "nastiest girl in porn," none other than adrianachechik.


 



 


Why is she the winner this month? See for yourself:










 




Ok - without further ado: The Top 10 Videos of the Month for June 2018


1st Place - $500 - goes to - He came inside me! - Miss Banana











 


2nd Place - $400 - goes to - Intense Fuck in the Treehouse with 2 Cumshots! Amateur Couple LeoLulu - LeoLulu











 


3rd Place - $300 - goes to - Girl from Nude Maid Service been fucked hard - CarryLight











 


4th Place - $200 - goes to - I fucked my 18 year old tinder date with big tits - Korinna











 


5th Place - $150 - goes to - 18 Year Old College Girl Fucks Her Tinder Date - Korinna











 


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