The galaxy distributions along the line of sight are significantly contaminated by the uncertainty on redshift measurements obtained through multiband photometry, which makes it difficult to get cosmic distance information measured from baryon acoustic oscillations, or growth functions probed by redshift distortions. We investigate the propagation of the uncertainties into large-scale clustering by exploiting all known estimators, and propose the wedge approach as a promising analysis tool to extract cosmic distance information still remaining in the photometric galaxy samples. We test our method using simulated galaxy maps with photometric uncertainties of σ0 = (0.01, 0.02, 0.03). The measured anisotropy correlation function ξ is binned into the radial direction of s and the angular direction of μ, and the variations of ξ(s,μ)with perpendicular and radial cosmic distance measures of DA and H？1 are theoretically estimated by an improved RSD model. Although the radial cosmic distance H？1 is unable to be probed from any of the three photometric galaxy samples, the perpendicular component of DA is verified to be accurately measured even after the full marginalization of H？1. We measure DA with approximately 6 per？cent precision which is nearly equivalent to what we can expect from spectroscopic DR12 CMASS galaxy samples.