When most people hear the word “drone,” they probably think of killing machines that patrol war zones.Now a new kind of commercial drone phenomenon has taken off in the United States. People now use small quadcopter drones to even shoot photos and videos for their weddings.What seems like a stranger-than-fiction phenomenon is actually a new craze across the country. A congressman last month used a drone to record his own wedding and now is under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the government agency that regulates the nation’s airspace, because the agency still has an explicit ban on drone flights for commercial purposes. An Iowa wedding photography company, Picture Perfect Portrait and Design, last week added aerial drone photography to its services to brides and grooms. It charges $400 for a 30-minute drone shoot. Shooting wedding photos and video using a drone has to date been very expensive, but new companies are jumping in to try to broaden the market. Aerial wedding photographs taken to the next level.