Sorry, but I see it differently. When my wife drew her OIL moose tag, I had a crap load of friends and family, and friends of family that wanted to go and help. I was excited as heck, and willing to share the experience with anyone willing. My wife and I had already found thne bull she wanted. All that was left was the shot, and packout. There were 9 of us, and I regret not get a pic with everyone that came to help. I sure appreciated everyones help.
9 years later, when she drew her sheep tag, same thing. 9 of us and it was awesome sitting around camp BS'ing, and again, I appreciated the help. And I got my group pic.
This year, my wife drew her LE elk. The 1st 4 days of hunting, it was just me, her, and the operater. Boring as heck. Last 2 day, Me, her, my brother, and a guide. Better, but not as fun as a group.
In the picture referenced, there may have been 4,5, 8 guys not related, or even guides, paid or not. So freakin what. They all played a part in getting that trophy on the ground, and if it was me, I'd want then in that pic so I could remember who was there.
Everybody is different, but I don't see a guy hunting alone and say "What a looser, he don't have no friends. Must be an A hole." some people like hunting alone, and high fiving a tree. Good for you. But you got a complex if you need to critisize others group photos.