The type of pilots who benefit the most from a drone in this category are the enthusiastic hobbyist who like to fly their drone frequently for Fun and for Profit. If you fly a drone for hobby purposes only, you don't need to get a pilot's license. But, if you plan to make money offering Arial Photography services by a drone, you will have to take a test and get an FAA-issued remote-aircraft pilot certificate. You can learn more https://www.faa.gov/uas/commercial_operators/become_a_drone_pilot/.
Since the cost in this category is a little more, you want to make sure you get the drone that has the flying capabilities and features you want. Some drones in this category come with high-quality cameras and high definition (HD) video recording capabilities. Some have cameras that stream live video which is really useful for flying with a smartphone.
Drones in this category may have GPS positioning and assisted-flight control features like one-button takeoff and landing. Some may have an automatic return-home feature that flies the drone to a pre-set location based on input GPS coordinates. Many also have a follow-me feature that makes the drone follow a person or object while it videotapes. Even better, many come with an automatic collision avoidance feature that can be very handy. Most of these Drones have a larger memory capacity, intelligent battery, Camera gimbal mounted for easy rotation and 3 to 6 axis instead of two for stabilization.
Get going! Have some fun and maybe make a little extra cash on the side. Who knows where flying your drone will take you. One thing I know for sure, your friends will definitely be asking you questions and everyone will be super impressed by the images you share with them!