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Pokémon Sun and Moon
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, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon====
{{main|Rotom Pokédex#Poké Finder|Rotom Pokédex → Poké Finder}}
In {{g|Sun and Moon}} and {{g|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon}}, players may take pictures of Pokémon using the Poké Finder (Japanese: ポケファインダー Poké Finder) function of the Rotom Pokédex, in various locations throughout the [[Alola]] region. The icon on the player's bottom screen will turn into that of a camera in locations where photographs may be taken. It can be activated by pressing the R button or tapping the camera icon in those select locations. Pictures are then evaluated with a "Thumbs-Up" score. As the player racks up his or her total "Thumbs-Up" score, more features are unlocked, such as the ability to zoom.
====Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon====
{{main|Alola Photo Club}}
Found in [[Hau'oli City]] and [[Konikoni City]], the Alola Photo Club allows players to take [[photography|photos]] with the Pokémon in their party. These photos can then be edited with stickers, posted to the [[Pokémon Global Link]], or saved to the 3DS's SD card.
The player also has the option of doing an impromptu photo shoot after a Pokémon in their party [[evolution|evolves]].
===In spin-off series===