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I'm trying to find the GPS location of an object within an aerial image at an altitude of 10m. I already have the GPS coordinates of the image itself (center) and the distance between the center and the object, as well as the pixel location of the object. I'm using python to achieve this.

For example, assuming the center of a 160x120 aerial image at 10m altitude is represented by the GPS coordinate (53.611266, 10.391424), how do I find the GPS coordinate of an object in pixel location (20, 50), xy?

Note: I've already used the FOV of my camera to find the exact area covered by each image and this has allowed me to find the distance between my object and my unknown GPS point in meters. I'd like to find a way to translate this displacement into a new GPS coordinate.

Thank you!

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