Expect to see broadcasters using unmanned cameras more during 2014.
Using small unmanned aerial vehicles allows photographers to capture amazing footage without spending too much money. Which is very appealing to cash-strapped news organisations.
Lewis Whyld, a photographer at the Daily Telegraph, is one of the pioneers of British drone journalism. He went to the Philippines at the end of 2013 to capture this footage of the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
Drones allowed him to get aerial shots of ruined villages.
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