More commonly than not, survey reports issue without any photographs in them. We have discussed the use of photographs on covers so we shift now to consider the rest of the report. It turns out that patterns and consistencies of usage elude us, but the sample of five reports is small.
Berwin Leighton ArbDelay 2011 has in its 25 non-cover pages two full-page photos, one of a clock nearing midnight (suggesting urgency and awareness of time passing) and one of the legs of two men climbing stairs (suggesting obstacles and hard work).
White Case Arbitration 2010 inserted three full-page photos in its 48 non-cover pages, all of them abstract and serving as topic dividers, such as before the Appendices.
Allen Matkins CommlRE 2018 chose a different pattern for its photos. The 15 non-cover pages of the report include three full-page photos, extending over approximately 60\% of one page, approximately 40\% of another page, and 25\% of a third page. One of the full-page photos shows a person holding the questionnaire! All the other shots concern either buildings or people who are quoted, and they have buildings or rooms in the background. In total the 4.25 page-equivalents of photographs occupy 28\% of the report proper. By contrast, many reports have not one picture.
In HoganLovells Brexometer 2017 are two full-page photos, one half-pager, one that covers the bottom 40\% of the right page and extends to 20\% of the left page, and one of 20\%. Thus, of the 15 non-cover pages, 2.8 (18 percent) are filled with a photograph. All of the pictures, as well as the partial-page picture on the cover, show scenes of ocean beaches. The image that follows is of the two-page photo [pgs. 9-10] and includes a bit of text from the left page.
One of the oddest pictures, both in appearance and location, surprises the reader of Allen Overy Models 2014 [pg. 9]. The strange feather or winglike object lurks in the lower right corner of the page, taking up perhaps a tenth of the area, but not connect in any immediately obvious way to the text of the page. Perhaps it is an image, not a photo, or perhaps even a drawing.