New Pokémon Snap: How to Shoot Perfect Pictures - Guide

New Pokémon Snap: How to Shoot Perfect Pictures - Guide

New Pokémon Snap

New Pokémon Snap offers a lot more content than the first part. So that you can quickly fill your Fotodex with impressive pictures, we provide you with tips, tricks and hints on mechanics and scoring on these pages. To make it easier to unlock new courses and to fill the Fotodex with valuable pictures, we have a few tips for you. You can use this right from the start to start your adventure in the best possible way! Have fun and success with the photo safari!

By the way, be sure to read our test for New Pokémon Snap. And maybe our guide to the legendary Pokémon will help you!

Table of contents

1 Increases the sensitivity 2 Does not save on photos 3 Apples are not only there for eating 4 Returns after leveling up courses 5 This is how the star ratings work 6 Submitting photos costs nothing 7 Orientate yourself to the tasks 8 Eyes and ears behind you 9 Return to the Lumina routes 10 Better pictures with Foto Plus - with restrictions Recommended editorial content Here you will find external content from [PLATFORM]. To protect your personal data, external integrations are only displayed if you confirm this by clicking on "Load all external content": Load all external content I consent to external content being displayed to me. This means that personal data is transmitted to third-party platforms. Read more about our privacy policy . External content More on this in our data protection declaration.

Increases the sensitivity

New Pokémon Snap: How to shoot perfect pictures - Guide (1) Source: PC Games In the options you can set how quickly the camera and viewfinder should react to your inputs. The best thing to do is to turn the controls all the way to the right at the start of the game, then your gaze doesn't move so sluggishly and you can look around faster. For very abrupt movements, it is best to use the D-Pad, so you can change direction in a flash if you discover a potential motif in the corner of your eye.

Don't save on photos

New Pokémon Snap: How to shoot perfect pictures - Guide (2) Source: PC Games Pro Tour you have film for 72 photos with you. Don't save on the material, because with fast-moving Pokémon, a nimble finger on the trigger increases the likelihood that one of the snapshots will capture the animal relatively in the middle and large. Especially since recordings of mobile subjects in New Pokémon Snap (buy now € 49.99) do not show any motion blur! Later, when you have activated series recordings, it is even easier to snap the film completely. Shortly before the end of the route there is usually not so much exciting to see anyway, you can simply end the lap this way if you have ticked off everything you wanted to capture anyway.

are apples not just for eating

New Pokémon Snap: How to take perfect pictures - Guide (3) Source: PC Games The delicious velvet apples are primarily used to photograph Pokémon as they are being consumed, but there are other uses. A targeted throw with the apple wakes up some sleeping animals, and if you leave a trail of fruit, you can lure specimens to other places, where they may show new behaviors. You shouldn't shy away from using the remaining items either, some species react very differently to a hit with a lumina ball, and even the scanner attracts certain Pokémon or tempts them to new poses.

Turn around back after leveling up courses

New Pokémon Snap: How to take perfect pictures - Guide (4) Source: PC Games The more photos you take and the more points you collect, the higher the level of the various routes. But you should also visit the lower-level variants of the courses again and again, because sometimes there are better photo opportunities of some monsters than in the higher-level versions when there is more going on on the course. You can simply set the desired level before visiting the respective route.

This is how the star ratings work

New Pokémon Snap: This is how you shoot perfect pictures - Guide (5) Source: PC Games Wenn Professor Mirror examines your snapshots, he divides the recordings according to Pokémon type and star system. The higher the number of stars, the more valuable and rare the behavior immortalized in the picture. A one-star photo can certainly score more points than a four-star photo. How so? Every photo is judged according to the same guidelines: How big can the monster be seen in the picture, does it look into the camera, is it covered or are parts of the body cut off, are other Pokémon visible and is the background beautiful? If you reach more than 4,000 points with a picture, the star or stars that mark the rarity of the motif shine as bright as a diamond.

This is the highest rating you can achieve, even if it is natural it is possible to get more than 5,000 points and more. Under the diamond classification there are also the ranks gold, silver and copper. You don't have to try to get the best rating right away, to complete the Fotodex page of a Pokémon with four pictures, four photos with a copper rating are enough. You can always come back later to replace these snapshots with better images.

Submitting photos does not cost anything

New Pokémon Snap: How to Shoot Perfect Pictures - Guide (4) Source: PC Games Even if you are not sure whether the new photo of a Pokémon you have already taken is better than the old one - the photo is still submitted for evaluation. It doesn't cost you anything except a few seconds and small differences in points also contribute to your route and Fotodex evaluation. Conveniently, when you select photos for Professor Mirror, you can already see which behaviors you have not previously recorded. Then there is an exclamation mark next to the folder of the respective Pokémon type. Of course, you should have these pictures rated under all circumstances! If you don't feel like making a choice, the game will do it for you at the push of a button.

Orientate yourself to the tasks

New Pokémon Snap: How to shoot perfect pictures - Guide (5 ) Source: PC Games The tasks are small side missions in the game in which you should record specific motifs at very specific times. In the Pokémon Camp, the tasks can be seen quite hidden in the top right corner of the screen as soon as they are available. But you can also have a look at the tasks of the respective island on the map before starting a route - not the route! - throw. Although the task almost never states in concrete terms what you have to do to fulfill it, the hints are usually sufficient to at least narrow down the location and any items that may be required. Often, the task motives are rare behaviors that earn neat points!

Eyes and ears in the back

New Pokémon Snap: How to shoot perfect pictures - Guide (6) Source: PC Games On the tracks you are mostly distracted by everything that is happening in front of you, so that you don't really notice what is actually happening behind you. Check back regularly to snap Pokémon in new locations! With the D-Pad you can turn 180 degrees very quickly. It is also helpful to pay attention to the noises. If you cannot assign a sound to any of the visible Pokémon, turn around and have a look there. In addition, the scanner helps in these moments by marking hidden monsters with question marks.

Return to the Lumina routes

New Pokémon Snap: How to shoot perfect pictures - Guide (7) Source: PC Games On your first detour into the zones in which you photograph legendary Lumina Pokémon, apart from the presence of the respective monster, there isn't too much going on. However, the route usually levels up after your first excursion there, and then other Pokémon cavort in the zone - and of course the Lumina monster, which you can still photograph to complete the respective Fotodex entry. In the special levels, not only do Pokémon appear that are not found on other routes, you can also immortalize some very special behavior in photos.

Better pictures with Photo Plus - with restrictions

New Pokémon Snap: How to Shoot Perfect Pictures - Guide (8) Source: PC Games With the Photo Plus function you can, as soon as you have activated it, further adjust photos - but only if you have just returned from a tour and the pictures which you want to save in your private album. With Foto Plus you zoom in, adjust focus, exposure and more. However, the picture will not be rated again, so you cannot maximize your point yield in this way. Attention: You can really only use Foto Plus directly after an excursion before saving the pictures! You can beautify already made photos (also in the Fotodex) with filters, frames and stickers at any time, but the more complex Foto Plus is limited to this area of ​​application.

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