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The concept of photography is also present in the [[Pokémon anime]], first appearing in ''[[EP040|The Battling Eevee Brothers]]'', where {{an|Misty}}'s {{TP|Misty|Psyduck}} took a picture of {{Ash}} and {{ashfr}}. [[Todd Snap]] debuted in ''[[EP055|Pokémon Paparazzi]]'', which later inspired the release of Pokémon Snap. In the episode, {{TRT}} hired photographer Todd Snap to "capture" {{AP|Pikachu}}, not realizing that Todd meant to capture Pikachu ''on film''. Todd appears in a number of subsequent episodes, in which he tries to photograph other Pokémon, including the {{pkmn2|Legendary}} {{p|Articuno}}.
 
In ''[[M01|Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'', a {{p|Fearow}} soared overhead with a camera attached to its neck. This camera was used by {{OBP|Mewtwo|original series}} in search of worthy {{pkmn|Trainer}}s to summon to the [[New Island]]. Photography also appeared in ''[[M07|Destiny Deoxys]]'', where a [[Block Bot]] took pictures of Ash and his friends for passport IDs that give them access to facilities in [[LaRousse City]].
 
Photography also appeared inIn ''[[M07AG103|DestinyA DeoxysCacturne for the Worse]]'', where a [[Block BotHarley]] was shown to have an {{wp|instant camera}}. He took picturesa picture of Ash{{an|May}} and hisposted friendsit foron passporthis IDsscrapbook.
 
[[File:Trip Camera.png|thumb|250px|left|[[Trip]] and his digital camera in the anime]]
 
As part of a number of different activities at the Spring 2012 Battle Carnival events held in Japan between May and June 2012, a person or group could have their photograph taken at the Commemorative Photo Service Corner and have it printed on a [[Pokémon Card Game Trainer (BW-P Promo)|jumbo-sized card]].
 
==See also==
* [[Alola Photo Club]]
 
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