How are we actually supposed to handle nomination photos with people in them?
We actually have conflicting guidance from Wayfarer about people in photos. In one location it says:
The following should not be submitted and, when reviewing, should be considered as rejection criteria: ...
Includes people, body parts, or live animals
Photos with recognizable faces...
In another place we get this:
Nominations with photos that unnecessarily include people
As a general rule, don’t submit photos that include people if you can avoid it. If you can’t (like at a crowded tourist attraction), you may submit the photo with people so long as they aren't the focus or posing for the camera.
Nominations with photos that include people
You may submit photos with people so long as they aren't the focus or posing for the camera.
So, how are we actually supposed to review nominations where the picture includes a recognizable person that is not posing to be part of the photo?