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JESSUP MAN’S DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS FLYING HIGH

From Lee Deangelis’ perspective, “once you get 100 feet up, everything looks better.”

A full-time IT professional at the University of Scranton and self-described amateur filmmaker, Deangelis bought his first drone four years ago as the burgeoning technology began to take off among hobbyists. He hoped to experiment with new aerial perspectives and got the chance when Scranton Cooperage caught fire in June 2014, sending plumes of

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