People "as the subject matter"?

SiIverLyra-PGOSiIverLyra-PGO Posts: 818 ✭✭✭✭✭

I just had one of my appeals rejected, with the following text:

I've included the nomination's photo, where you can see the person "included". Here is the full size photo for anyone interested.

Now, under the "ineligible photo" part in the "rejection criteria" section of the Wayfarer website, it says: "Photo includes one or more of emojis, tags, or personally identifiable information such as codenames, personal names or initials, or addresses; copyrighted material or watermarks, including screenshots of someone else’s photo; is obviously doctored; includes people, body parts, or live animals as the subject matter; is blurry, over/under exposed, taken inside a car, contains a watermark, or is improperly oriented."

The person in that photo isn't the subject matter in any way or form. They're very far away, under shadow, and even in the full size photo their features are blurry and unrecognizable.

In light of this rejected appeal, can we get clarification on what counts as reject-worthy "people as the subject matter"?

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