Selective focus of Quadcopter drone on air
by Jack Wright
These buggers have all but made hand-held phone selfies dull, common and embarrassingly humdrum. In a word, obsolescent! And remember the clumsy selfie stick? If you have one, keep it well out of sight unless you want to appear hopelessly dated.
The big buzz these days is the selfie drone. They come at all prices but they have one thing in common; they’re awfully handy. You can take them with you wherever you go.
These eyes in the sky take selfies at hitherto unimagined angles. They’ll blow you!
By definition, a selfie drone is a small remote-controlled unmanned flying vehicle used to take photos or videos from an aerial perspective. Typically, they’re less than two feet in diameter but they could be much smaller.
Taking selfies from selfie drones and uploading them on social media is the rage.
Featured image/Thomas Griesbeck, Unsplah
Selfie stick/Daniel Case, CC BY-SA3.0
Girl in red shirt/Katsiyarina Endruszkiewics, Unsplash
Man/Martin Sanchez, Unsplash
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