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[[File:Johanna Contest Trophy.png|thumb|250px|A framed photo of [[Johanna]] with her {{TP|Johanna|Glameow}} and the {{pkmn|Contest}} judges]]
The concept of '''photography''' has appeared in many [[Pokémon games]] as well as in the {{pkmn|Trading Card Game}}, {{pkmn|manga}}, and {{pkmn|anime}}. Starting with its introduction in [[Pokémon Snap]], photography has appeared in several other games since.
 
====Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum====
The player can get a picture of his/ or her Pokémon taken with [[Accessory|Accessories]] on in [[Jubilife City]] at the [[Jubilife TV]] building. This is also done when a player's Pokémon wins a [[Pokémon Super Contest]], but only when the rank of that Contest type has not already been achieved.
 
====Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver====
A {{tc|Backpacker}} in [[Lumiose City]]'s Shutterbug Café (on South Boulevard) will give the player items depending on how many photos they have taken.
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{{Itemlist|Wide Lens|From a {{tc|Backpacker}} in Shutterbug Café after taking at least one photo at a Photo Spot|X=yes|y=yes|display={{dl|In-battle effect item|Wide Lens}}}}
{{Itemlist|Scope Lens|From a {{tc|Backpacker}} in Shutterbug Café after taking 15 or more photos at any Photo Spot|X=yes|y=yes|display={{dl|In-battle effect item|Scope Lens}}}}
{{Itemlist|Zoom Lens|From a {{tc|Backpacker}} in Shutterbug Café after taking 30 or more photos at any Photo Spot|X=yes|y=yes|display={{dl|In-battle effect item|Zoom Lens}}}}
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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.
 
====Pokémon Sun and Moon====
{{main|Rotom Pokédex#Poké Finder|Rotom Pokédex → Poké Finder}}
In {{g|Sun and Moon}}, players may take pictures of Pokémon using the Poké Finder (Japanese: ポケファインダー Poké Finder) function, in various locations throughout the [[Alola]] region. The player's icon on the bottom screen will turn into that of a camera in locations where photograph may be taken. It can be activated by pressing the R button or tapping the camera icon in those select locations. Pictures can then be evaluated. As the player gets higher evaluations and takes better pictures, more features, such as the ability to zoom, will become available.
 
===In spin-off series===
=====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.
 
=====Pokémon GO=====
In [[Pokémon GO]], players may take pictures of Pokémon when they encounter them in the wild. Players may choose to take the photographs with or without the AR mode activated. When a photograph has been taken, the pictures will be saved on their mobile devices' internal storage or external {{wp|memory card}}.
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