@NatGeo
National Geographic
5 days ago
National Geographic has brought images and stories of Stonehenge to readers for over a century. @NatGeoMag 's very first image of the megaliths, published in May 1922, was made possible by the cutting-edge technology of that era: the airplane
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
5 days ago
This year, for our August issue cover we deployed the latest technology to bring you Stonehenge as you’ve never seen it before
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
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Photographer Reuben Wu used drones and artificial lighting to capture Stonehenge. The result was a “really nice pairing of the colors of the sunset combined with the otherworldly coloring of the stones themselves,” Wu says
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
5 days ago
Read more about how Wu used photography and technology to reimagine the classic landscape photograph of Stonehenge
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
5 days ago
And it’s not just Stonehenge. New discoveries reveal an era of mega-monuments that had been built at roughly the same time, and in a mad rush
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
5 days ago
Try our Stonehenge augmented reality (AR) experience! We made this high-resolution photo-real 3D model by taking thousands of photographs of the site, in a process called photogrammetry. Experience it for yourself on Facebook:
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Andrew Hedberg
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