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``````\providecommand\phantomsection{}% for hyperref
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Then before the picture

``````\clearpage
% Add the title here, maybe \chapter*{My image title} ????
\phantomsection
The `\providecommand\phantomsection{}` is not needed if someone uses `hyperref`, isn't it? –  Martin Scharrer Jun 28 '11 at 8:15
@Martin Scharrer: It is nessesary if you use `hyperref` to put an anchor position. Without `\phantomsection` hyperref will jump to the previous sectioning position. –  Danie Els Jun 28 '11 at 11:02
I understand the need of `\phantomsection`, but my point is: If you use `\usepackage{hyperref}` you don't need to add the `\providecommand\phantomsection{}` line. So simply commenting the `\phantomsection` line with "Needed if hyperref is used" would be actually clearer, wouldn't it? –  Martin Scharrer Jun 28 '11 at 11:05
@Martin Scharrer: My view is it good practise to always put `\phantomsection` before all `\addcontentslines`. If you add `hyperref` later then you do not have to change anything. Therefor the `\providecommand` to always provide it. –  Danie Els Jun 28 '11 at 11:13