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Milf Stella Walks You Through Making & Filming Roleplay Porn

How To Make & Film Roleplay Porn With Milf Stella

Making porn is pretty easy, just grab a camera, make sure you have some decent lighting, and start filming the action. It’s just sex that you record.

But roleplay porn is a little different. It’s almost like filming a scaled down television show and because of that it requires a little more setup than just “regular” porn. Even before porn, my husband and I never did any roleplay so doing this was new and a bit strange for us. It took us a little time to figure it out but once we did we found that we really enjoy it so hopefully these tips will help you get started (even if you’re not making porn).

Step 1: The Concept

Seems obvious but you have to come up with a concept, no matter how flimsy it may be. The best place to start is to use fantasies you or your partner have. We all have them so talk about what you’ve always wanted and go with that. Maybe you’ve always wanted to bang your babysitter, college professor, or secretary? Coming up with a general concept is usually pretty easy.

So what if you’re on the shy side and don’t like the idea of sharing your crazy fantasies with your partner? Simple! Just go watch some porn and you’ll find plenty of ideas! Stuff like fucking the babysitter, college professor, or your secretary! That’s right, all of the ideas have already been done a million times. But that’s okay! This is porn and, like Jello, there’s always room for more!

So just start with something simple for now and don’t get too caught up on the plot for your first go. Try something like a cheating partner or the classic repair man (or repair person) coming to fix something and since you have no money you pay them in sex. Or pay that pizza delivery boy with sex. These are timeless classics!

Step 2: The Plot

Don’t get too hung up on this but you’ll likely need to create some sort of dialogue, no matter how short that may be. You need some way to setup the scene and in most cases that means dialogue. If you’re like me, the idea of “acting” and reciting lines is cause for some anxiety. In that case, keep the amount of dialogue to a minimum. A lot can be implied in a scene without too much talking being required.

Once you figure out what you want to say, write it down. Scribble it on a paper or type it up on your phone or whatever works for you. For us, it’s usually just a few lines of text. If we don’t write it down we often forget what to say after setting up all of the lights, cameras, and getting outfits on so be sure to write it down first unless you’re really good at improvisation. My husband, Stefano, is great at improvisation but I’m not so we write down our lines to make it easier for me.

Step 3: The Scenes

You have a concept and a plot so now you need some scenes. We usually like to do a few positions in every video. Maybe starting with some oral sex, then moving to some sort of vaginal sex, maybe some anal as well, and ending in a cum shot or cream pie. 

We try to fit the scene to the plot. For example, if we were doing a plot where I was paying for a repair with sex I’d have the repair man show me a bill and then I would drop down for a blow job first. Essentially showing the repair man how good I am at sucking cock that he can’t possibly resist letting me pay for the bill with sex (so that’s scene one). Then I’d drag him to my bed and ride him for scene two. Now he’s getting into it and flips me over and pounds me and finishes for scene three. We like to do at least three scenes / positions but do whatever you like. If it makes sense, throw in a little ending dialogue as well. Something like, “Thanks for fixing my plumbing, I’ll be sure to call you back if my pipes need to be unclogged again.” You can go as serious or as corny as you like so have fun with it!

Once you know the scenes you need to pick the outfit you’ll wear. Maybe it’s street clothes, business attire, school uniforms, lingerie, and or nude bodies. It all depends on the plot of your video.

Step 4: Lights, Camera, Action!

You’re ready to shoot so get your lighting setup, your cameras rolling, and outfits (if needed) on. Read those lines you wrote down one last time and, action! If you have several lines or just aren’t great at memorizing lines in general, shoot your lines one at a time and you can later edit the scenes together in post-production. 

If we have a lot of lines or I’m feeling unusually camera shy, we just film one line at a time. Just give yourself 2 seconds when the camera hits your face before speaking the line and 2 seconds after before moving the camera away. This will make it easier to edit and stitch lines together in post.

That’s A Wrap

So that’s it, that’s really all there is to getting started with roleplay in your films. As you do more and more scenes it will become easier and easier. Our earliest work often makes me cringe at how bad it is, but sometimes that’s part of the fun too. Even our most recent work won’t have us up for an Oscar nomination but it’s getting better and it’s fun too, and that’s the only important part, having fun. One of our latest films, “I Dream Of Genie Stella E01 – Introducing Anal Genie Stella”, is one of our favorites because it has fun roleplay, does a parody of a favorite old TV show of ours, and even has some special FX as I blink in and out of scenes. It’s corny, sexy fun!

This article was written for us by Milf Stella, if you’d like to contribute to the AP Lounge, please get in touch via email.

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