No way, photographic memory is a brain defect. And in fact, the owners of such memory say that this is more a disadvantage than an advantage.
The fact that it can be developed is just a myth that speakers came up with to make money on it :)
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I don't know if this method is suitable for everyone, but I started to train photographic memory with the help of rooms in the house, and I did it like this: first I entered a room, stood for a minute or two, remembered what was in it (with details, like the color of a table lamp, etc.), went out and wrote it down on a sheet of paper (if you can draw, then it's even more convenient). Then I went in, compared and gave myself an assessment. Now I switched to pictures (since there are no more rooms in the house, haha), then I plan to try with text.
An interesting question. Probably there are some methods, but I remembered one very interesting fact. There was one well-known ornithologist (I do not remember the name) and he went to study the number of some birds on some islands (the place does not matter). He needed to somehow count how many birds are on the tree. To do this, they beat on a tree trunk, the flock took off and the scientist in a split second could count with sufficient accuracy how many birds took off. How did he train?) His technique was brilliant. He took a handful of black seeds and threw them on the table, trying to count for a while. Over and over again, the result improved and over time he achieved great success!