Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a very pretty game and the addition of Photo Opportunities is a nice touch. I do wish that we’d have access to the actual photos that Chloe takes, but alas, we’re limited to viewing them on her crappy mobile phone. Some of the photos are visually stunning and downright funny. You don’t want to miss any of the Photo Opportunities, especially if you’re going for that trophy that is unlocked when you take all 28 photos. To that end, we’ve outlined them all in detail below. Happy shooting!
Photo Opportunity 1
The very first chance to take a photo happens very early on as the girl in the market strikes a pose for Chloe.
Photo Opportunity 2
At the very beginning of the chapter, near the Pink Lotus sign, is the second Photo Opportunity.
Photo Opportunity 3
Take a photo of the nice view that was talked about in the opening cutscene.
Photo Opportunity 4
While still on the cliff overlooking the flamingos, take a photo of them.
Photo Opportunity 5
After defeating all the enemies during the large battle, take a photo of the temple from the water.
There are 9 total photos in this chapter and we’ve marked their locations on the map below. That, combined with the detailed screenshots and descriptions that follow, should make it easy for you to find them all.
Photo Opportunity 6
Jump out of your jeep at the very beginning of the chapter and take a photo at the edge of the cliff.
Photo Opportunity 7
On your way to the Hoysala shrine, stop at the edge to take a photo.
Photo Opportunity 8
We’re assuming that you have collected all Hoysala Tokens now and have crossed to the other side to take a photo of the monkeys.
Photo Opportunity 9
Take a photo of a waterfall.
Photo Opportunity 10
After blowing up a wall and walking through it, follow along the left to take a photo of the trident statue.
Photo Opportunity 11
Near the elephant statue is a small lantern. Stand near it to photograph the elephant.
Photo Opportunity 12
Take a photo of the Archer’s Fort from a distance.
Photo Opportunity 13
This photo of a waterfall can be taken from near a tree.
Photo Opportunity 14
After you’ve made it through the challenges in the Axe Fort, take a snap of the amazing view.
Photo Opportunity 15
You’re taking a photo of the statues from the edge of a cliff near the beginning.
Photo Opportunity 16
After you’ve climbed up Ganesh and watched a cutscene, you can take a photo here. Be careful not to miss it, it’s a little tricky finding the right spot to get the action icon to pop up.
Photo Opportunity 17
This photo is taken on a ledge just after picking up a treasure.
Photo Opportunity 18
Don’t go through the gate on the right just yet, instead take a photo on the left.
Photo Opportunity 19
After riding the elephant, let Nadine take a cool photo of Chloe petting one.
Photo Opportunity 20
After opening a Lockbox, climb up the wall a bit to find a ledge to take a photo from.
Photo Opportunity 21
Immediately after starting the chapter, take a photo at the ledge.
Photo Opportunity 22
Just on the left side of the stairs leading up to a number of statues. Taking this photo will also trigger an Optional Conversation.
Photo Opportunity 23
After the cutscene in the library, this photo opportunity is right in your path.
Photo Opportunity 24
As you’re making your way up, you’ll run into this Photo Opportunity.
Photo Opportunity 25
You’ll find this opportunity just in the middle of the water in the room with many pillars.
Photo Opportunity 26
In the large hall with a giant Shiva statue, find a spot in the water to take a photo of the statue from.
Photo Opportunity 27
Make Nadine wait just a little bit as she’s holding up the mirror to fill in for the broken statue.
Photo Opportunity 28
Shortly after nearly dying, Chloe finds herself on a rock ledge from where she can take a photo of the train.
That’s it! 28 Photo Opportunities and a smart phone that somehow has survived everything that Chloe and Nadine have been through. We think that’s definitely worth the “Pics or It Didn’t Happen” trophy!