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| Complete the [[National Pokédex]] (excluding [[Mythical Pokémon]])
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| [[Falkner]]
| [[Celadon Department Store]]
| {{sort|4||Wednesday}}
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| [[Bugsy]]
| [[National Park]] (by the fountain)
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| [[Whitney]]
| [[Goldenrod Department Store]] (sixth floor)
| {{sort|8||Everyday}} from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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| [[Morty]]
| [[Bellchime Trail]]
| {{sort|6||Friday}}
| His phone number
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| [[Chuck]]
| Does not appear after the [[Jade Orb]] is obtained
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| [[Jasmine]]
| {{DL|Olivine City|Olivine Café}}
| {{sort|8||Everyday}} from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
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| [[Pryce]]
| [[Mahogany Gym]]
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| [[Clair]]
| [[Dragon's Den]]
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| [[Brock]]
| [[Diglett's Cave]] on the Route 2 side
| {{sort|8||Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday}} from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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| [[Misty]]
| {{rt|25|Kanto}}
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| Her phone number and a {{type|Water}} Pokémon as the lead Pokémon
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| [[Lt. Surge]]
| {{rt|39|Johto}} at Moomoo Farm
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| [[Erika]]
| [[Celadon City]] at the Fountain
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| [[Janine]]
| {{ka|Victory Road}} at the [[Pokémon League Reception Gate]]
| {{sort|8||Everyday}} from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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| [[Sabrina]]
| [[Olivine City|Olivine City Harbor]]
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| [[Blaine]]
| [[Cinnabar Island]]
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====Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire====
In {{g|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire}}, players may take pictures of their Pokémon throughout a [[Pokémon Contest|Pokémon Contest Spectacular]]. The most recent photo taken can be saved onto the [[Nintendo 3DS]]'s SD card, and if saved, the photo is displayed on the ground floor of the [[Contest Hall]]. During the {{DL|Pokémon Contest|Secondary judging|Talent Round}} of a Pokémon Contest, the 3DS camera can be used to provide a real-life background. This option can be turned on or off by speaking to a man in the Contest Hall who describes this special effect as projecting a "hologram" through the entire hall.
If the player wins a [[Rank (Contest)|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 Stadium====
In {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}}, there is a "Gallery" mode where players can take photographs of their Pokémon. A player may photograph Pokémon from their [[Generation I]] [[Game Boy]] game (using the [[Transfer Pak]]) or they may photograph the game's [[rental Pokémon]]. The controls are identical to that of Pokémon Snap, but without the extra items such as the [[Pester Ball]]s. Photos taken in Gallery Mode could be printed on stickers at the Pokémon Snap Sticker Stations.
====My Pokémon Ranch====
Photography appeared again in ''[[DP046|A Maze-ing Race!]]'', where Team Rocket tried to take a group picture of Ash's, {{an|Dawn}}'s, and {{an|Brock}}'s Pokémon in exchange for a map. In ''[[DP103|Jumping Rocket Ship!]]'', Team Rocket disguised themselves as photographers in an attempt to capture the Pokémon of Ash and his friends.
In ''[[BW001|In The Shadow of Zekrom!]]'', Ash met a beginning Trainer named [[Trip]], who documents his {{pkmn|journey}} through the [[Unova]] [[region]] by taking pictures.
In ''[[BW054|The Four Seasons of Sawsbuck!]]'', Ash met a photographer named {{OBP|Robert|BW054}}, whose goal was getting a picture of {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Deerling and Sawsbuck|all four forms}} of {{p|Sawsbuck}} together. [[Robert's grandfather|His grandfather]] was also a photographer who had accomplished that and had taken pictures of Pokémon outside of [[Unova]].
{{adv|Ruby}} likes taking photos of his Pokémon. In ''[[PS196|Ring Ring Goes Beldum]]'', he was seen taking pictures of his [[Nana]] and [[Kiki]] evolving and said that he was up to his 36th album at the time.
[[Todd Snap]] appeared in the {{chap|Emerald}} as a reporter. At the end of the chapter, after looking at Todd's pictures of the events at the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}, {{adv|Professor Oak}} asked him if he could work with him and if he could go to an [[Pokémon Island|island where there are lots of Pokémon]], and take pictures of them.
===In the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga===
{{FB|Salon Maiden|Anabel}} is disguised as a photographer taking photographs around the {{OBPgdis|Battle Frontier|Generation III}}.
===In the Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All manga===
The {{TCG|Pokémon Rumble}} card collection also used photography as illustrations for the cards. This nineteen card collection was released in conjunction with [[Pokémon Rumble]], and used screenshots from the game as their illustration. They were not credited with the normal ''Illus. by <name>'', but simply as ''[[Pokémon Rumble]]''.
Any cards with a Pokémon Pikachu copyright are considered to be photographs of the anime. These copyrights have been used for movie promotions ever since 2003, and are mostly used to represent anime characters or their Pokémon.<!--A list can be found here:-->
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]].