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Martha Stewart: Why I love my drone | TIME

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30 July 2014



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Last year, while celebrating my birthday in Maine, I was given a drone fitted with a high-definition camera. After a quick introduction to the mechanics of operating the contraption and a few words about its idiosyncrasies, I loaded the appropriate app on my iPad and went down to the beach.

In just a few minutes I was hooked. In near silence, the drone rose, hovered, and dove, silently and surreptitiously photographing us and the landscape around us. The photos and video were stunning. By assuming unusual vantage points, the drone allowed me to “see” so much more of my surroundings than usual. – Martha Stewart

Read more on TIME, and check out these other articles about Martha Stewart and drones:

Martha Stewart explains her drone | The New Yorker
Martha Stewart talks drones at the Hermès All About Women event | Vanity Fair



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