Last Edited: 21 May 2021 6:02 pmThis page is part of IGN’s New Pokemon Snap Wiki guide and details everything you need to know about finding and photographing Glaceon in four distinct scenes that Professor Mirror will grade between one and four stars.
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How to Photograph Glaceon Pokemon Snap – CoursesGlaceon can be found in the Shiver Snowfields (Day) and Shiver Snowfields (Night), however, you can get all four fo Glaceon’s poses in the Day course in New Pokemon snap.
In the Shiver Snowfields (Day) course, you’ll first see Glaceon in the second area. Look up and to the left to the ledge, right past the Piloswine, just before descending into the cave. Photograph Glaceon! Because you photographed Glaceon on the ledge, it will appear behind the icicles in the final area. Throw a Fluffruit on the ice platform in the center as soon as you can. If you’re too late, Glaceon won’t take the bait and get closer! If successful, Glaceon will jump out to the platform that’s closer to you.One Star Glaceon PhotoJust about any photo of common behavior will count as a 1-Star Photo.
Two Star Glaceon PhotoadvertisementThrow a Fluffruit at Glaceon and photograph it getting hit by it or eating it for the 2-Star photo.
Three Star Glaceon PhotoSnap a photo of “Happy Vibes” Glaceon after it eats a Fluffruit for its three-star photo.
How to Capture the Four Star Glaceon PhotoFollow the steps above to get Glaceon closer to you in the final area. Then, throw Illumina orbs at it so it will perform Diamond Dust – this is the four-star photo you need!
Looking to photograph even more Pokemon? Don’t forget to check out our Pokemon (Pokedex) hub page to find a complete list of all Pokemon that are available to find and photograph in New Pokemon Snap.