YNOT: How does the Magic Money Shot work, from start to finish?

Max Huhn: It’s pretty straightforward. You just load the artificial cum into the bulb, connect the bulb to the hose, charge the system, and squirt. It’s that simple. During a shoot, you’d have your male performer hold the tube on the underside of his penis with one hand. The tubing would pass behind him, through his legs and against one side of his scrotum — away from the camera — and then his other hand would hold the bulb next to his buttocks and out of the shot. The only tricky part is making sure the tubing doesn’t show from the point of view of the camera, which isn’t hard if you pay attention to the shot. The other thing is just to practice the pumping before you shoot so you get a feel for distance and how much pressure to apply to the pump in order to make it look realistic. Most people get the hang of it after a couple of minutes. The cool thing is that you can shoot it as far as you like and for as long as you like. So you can make a very realistic three to four shots, or you can go bukakke-crazy and shoot the entire seven ounces and soak the entire crew. Boys will be boys. It’s actually a lot of fun.

You can see the rest of the YNOT interview with Peter Berton here.

YNOT: How does the Magic Money Shot work, from start to finish?

Max Huhn: It’s pretty straightforward. You just load the artificial cum into the bulb, connect the bulb to the hose, charge the system, and squirt. It’s that simple. During a shoot, you’d have your male performer hold the tube on the underside of his penis with one hand. The tubing would pass behind him, through his legs and against one side of his scrotum — away from the camera — and then his other hand would hold the bulb next to his buttocks and out of the shot. The only tricky part is making sure the tubing doesn’t show from the point of view of the camera, which isn’t hard if you pay attention to the shot. The other thing is just to practice the pumping before you shoot so you get a feel for distance and how much pressure to apply to the pump in order to make it look realistic. Most people get the hang of it after a couple of minutes. The cool thing is that you can shoot it as far as you like and for as long as you like. So you can make a very realistic three to four shots, or you can go bukakke-crazy and shoot the entire seven ounces and soak the entire crew. Boys will be boys. It’s actually a lot of fun.

You can see the rest of the YNOT interview with Peter Berton here.

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