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Uploaded on Apr 14, 2008

Shows how to place a photo as it was taken against Google Earth's 3D terrain (or buildings). See blog post for more: http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archiv...

Google Earth lets you add a photo as it was taken. In other words, in the same direction, angle, and zoom as the original photo was taken. If you match it against Google's background 3D terrain (or if the same 3D buildings are there), you can get surprisingly accurate placement.

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