Using drones to document climate change
Sean Gallagher is documenting the climate crisis in places like Tuvalu, and drones are allowing him to get shots that have incredible impact on the reader. Here’s how he does it.
GoPro crashes out of the drone market - it needs to rethink its sales pitch
GoPro – makers of every extreme sports dude’s favourite camera – are pulling out of the drone market: In its earnings
GoPro gives us all good video Karma
I’m teaching video this year, so I can write this off against tax, right?
Watch: the best drone footage from the NYC Drone Film Festival
Footage from the best of the [NYC Drone Film Festival](http://www.nycdronefilmfestival.com). Remarkable stuff. It feels like we’
Drone journalism needs restrictions, say pilots
Airline pilots campaigning for drone restrictions This might restrict the use of drone journalism to experts: Airline pilots have called
GoPro is building publicity for its first drone: Karma
GoPro badly [needs a new business line](http://thenextweb.com/insider/2016/01/14/gopro-misses-q4-revenue-goal-plans-to-cut-7-percent-of-workforce/#gref). Now wonder they’re
The power of drone journalism
A rather powerful example of the potential inherent in drone journalism
The camera drone that follows you
Now, [that](https://www.lily.camera) I can see being a handy tool for some newsrooms. Pre-order now for $499,
LeWeb: The delightful, dangerous, diversifying drone debate
A LeWeb session on drones, curated by Mr Robert Scoble. Robert Scoble Robert loosely puts drones in three categories: Toys
Reassessing the tech behind drone journalism
An encounter with drone tech at Blue Light Camp 2014.