Not a tech question, but something interesting that cropped up. I recently built an interaction using photos that came exclusively from the 360 Content Library. I sent to our communications team for feedback and they suggested changing all the photos that had cropped out the subjects' heads. It was then that I realized just how many of the Content Library photos featured "headless" bodies! I've attached an example for reference.
I'm not much of a graphics person, so the arguments for and against using these photos are lost on me. Has anybody else run into criticism for using these photos? Is there a reason why these are so prevalent in this Content Library? Is our approach to visuals just outdated? Curious what you all think!