Paparazzi Drones in Action
Paparazzi are capable of many things to get a photo of rich and famous celebrities. They have to be in right place on right time. They hunt and chase “Stars” all the time. The good photo can be sold for quite a good sum of money. The new rule of paparazzi is simple: “If I can’t get somewhere, I will send the drone”.
California state Sen. Alex Padilla is fighting for legislation to put an end to drone use.
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The paparazzi announces that they have been using drones for a while to capture good footage. Here is a video of Rihanna’s house used to back up their statement.
Kanye West fears the paparazzi will fly drones over his home to get shots of his child in the pool and accidentally electrocute her. TMZ has obtained a copy of Kanye’s deposition in the lawsuit filed by a photog who was attacked by the rapper at LAX. What happens if a drone falls right next to her? Kanye then explains he and Kim are selling their $11 million Bel Air mansion because they didn’t realize paparazzi could shoot directly from the street.
INSIDE EDITION spoke with Sean Burke, founder of the Paparazzi Reform Initiative, about photographers using drones to take candid photos of celebrities.
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