Eidetic Memory - Photographic Memory
Eidetic memory, commonly referred to as photographic memory or total recall, is the ability to recall images, sounds or objects in memory with great precision, and is not acquired through mnemonics.
The word eidetic, comes from the Greek word meaning "seen".
Hyperthymesia, also known as hyperthymestic syndrome or highly superior autobiographical memory, is a condition in which an individual possesses a superior autobiographical memory, meaning he or she can recall the vast majority of personal experiences and events in his or her life.
To remember a greater number of details of an image, it's important to establish groups of colors, shapes, etc.