Here’s a very 2014 question: What could the technology behind unmanned missile strikes and auto-piloted Amazon.com deliveries do for my vacation photos?
This spring break, I swapped out my regular camera for flying photo drones. These remote-control aerial vehicles are floating tripods that let you take pictures and videos from overhead. For as little as $300, you can buy a device, no larger than a Panama hat, that hovers and swoops through the air at the flick of a finger. I took mine on trips to Joshua Tree and California wine country, and deployed them for group photos at the beach. READ MORE