Carl receives a phone call from Cesar Vialpando. Cesar had been tracking a Ballas car, most likely travelling to San Fierro to acquire cocaine. Cesar wants Carl to come with him, so he makes his way to Cesar's location near Blueberry in Red County. The pair get in Cesar's Savanna and travel towards Angel Pine, where the car was last seen.
After entering Angel Pine, Carl and Cesar position themselves on a rooftop overlooking a Cluckin' Bell restaurant. Carl whips out a camera and plans to take photographs, believing this to be a secret meeting. Soon afterwards, a brown Picador pulls up. Carl's former ally Ryder, along with a Ballas member step out of the vehicle. Another man arrives in a ZR-350. Cesar identifies him as T-Bone Mendez from the San Fierro Rifa. Shortly followed thereafter, is a mysterious man in a suit, arriving in a Washington. Then finally, a fourth man arrives in a Broadway, joining the others. He is identified as a pimp by Carl, but neither Cesar or Carl recognise him. After taking photos of all four men, Cesar and Carl leave Angel Pine, stopping by a filling station. Cesar drops Carl off, saying he'll meet him back at San Fierro.
In order to complete the mission the player must:
Go and pick up Cesar.
Get in Cesar's car and head out to Angel Pine.
Get up on the roof.
Photograph the face of all four targets, but be quick about it, and be sure to zoom in with each target.
The reward for this mission is an increase in respect. The mission Jizzy is unlocked. After the mission, the game will inform the player of the availability of Snapshots located around San Fierro.
During development of the game, this mission had a completely different walkthrough. The player was originally tasked with stealing a helicopter to meet Cesar, and the photos would also have been taken whilst airborne. While watching over the meeting of the Loco Syndicate, Carl and Cesar shout to each other, presumably to make themselves heard over the sound of the helicopter's rotors, before the mission was changed without the dialogue being re-recorded.