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==In the games==
===MainIn the core series===
====Pokémon Yellow, Gold, Silver, and Crystal====
{{game|Yellow}}, {{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}} are compatible with the [[Game Boy Printer]] accessory. By talking to a character labeled as a "photographer," players are able to print out stats of any Pokémon in their party. Also in Gold, Silver and Crystal, although photography isn't mentioned, there is a [[Mail]] called {{DL|Mail|Portraitmail}} that has the silhouette of the Pokémon holding it as its design.
If the player wins a Master Rank Pokémon Contest, a photo of their winning Pokémon taken during the {{DL|Pokémon Contest|Primary judging|Introduction Round}} will be automatically displayed on the second floor of the Contest Hall. Only the most recent winner is displayed, with one photo spot available for each [[Contest condition]] stat. If the player won with at least 800 points, the same photos are displayed on the second level of [[Lilycove Museum]]. Unlike the Contest Hall, in the museum, the last three winners are shown for each Contest condition stat.
 
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====Pokémon Snap====
In {{g|Snap}}, the entire game is based around the concept of photography. In Pokémon Snap, the player (as [[Todd Snap]]) must take the best possible photographs of the 63 Pokémon findable on [[Pokémon Island]] for [[Professor Oak]]'s [[Pokémon Report]].
 
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====Super Smash Bros. series====
=====Super Smash Bros. Melee=====
Players of [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] are able to take pictures of certain battle scenes in Camera Mode. Photos take up 4-12 blocks from the [[Nintendo GameCube|GameCube]] memory card. Camera Mode requires two controllers (one being put in port 4)—player 2 takes a photo of player 1's battle.
 
=====Super Smash Bros. Brawl=====
[[File:SSBB Photography.png|thumb|200px|left|A snapshot of two {{p|Ivysaur}} in Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]
Players of [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] may also to take pictures of certain battle scenes if the game is paused. Photographs typically take 1 block of memory from either the [[Wii]]'s memory or from the SD Card memory. Photos taken in Brawl can be transferred to a personal computer and converted to JPEGs using various programs or websites available online. The players can also take pictures of stages they created. Because the player cannot pause during online multiplayer, the player cannot take photos in that mode.
 
=====Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U=====
In [[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U]], players can take pictures in a manner similar to Brawl. However, the photos, which are saved to the console's SD card, are not encrypted and do not require third party programs to share. The player cannot pause during <!--{{tt|local|3DS only}} or -->online multiplayer, and therefore cannot take pictures.
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