• Forensic Analysis of a 1965 Photo to Learn Where and How It Was Shot

    22 days ago - By Peta Pixel

    Here is a little exercise to show how we can do things in this modern world. This is not one of those whacky geo-location stunts, this is just ordinary research, some simple geometry, and some careful guessing.
    The photo here was shot by Robert Blomfield , of Edinburgh, in 1965. It is the then-recently completed Forth Road Bridge, which crosses the delightfully named Firth of Forth. This picture was recently posted on social media by one account, and then someone else asked if anyone would hazard a guess about what camera setup was used. And so, I did.
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