The level of detail is so uncanny that it allows the main character in Psych to regularly fool people into thinking he has magic powers ... but this is totally a real thing, right? Nope, not really. In decades and decades of studies and research, scientists have only been able to find one person with anything resembling Hollywood's idea of a "photographic memory," and it was in less than ideal circumstances (she married the scientist who found her and he stopped studying her, presumably because he was tired of losing every argument).
Now, there is something called eidetic memory, but it's not the same thing -- eidetic images only last for several minutes at most, and can sometimes be destroyed just by blinking. It isn't really a photograph so much as it is a chemically unstable Polaroid. On top that, they're not really that accurate. The Bourne movies apparently omitted all the scenes of Damon stopping his chases to ask for directions.
"Still better than Apple Maps."
And that's leaving out the fact that just because a person has an excellent visual memory, it doesn't mean they're some kind of perfect memory god. We humans have many different kinds of memory, it turns out. That's partially why Tatiana Cooley, multiple-year-winner of the Memoriad World Mental Olympics, still needs to use Post-it notes and shopping lists to remind her of simple everyday things (a statement so ironic that we don't blame you for clicking the link to check it).