Sorry, Noquah- although pictures are priceless to the family, but historically and genealogically speaking (and in these days of so much ethnic forgery!), they do not prove one thing. Therefore, we don't "do" pictures.
We have had a large number of bad experiences: (1) a man sent in a copy of a picture of one of our own well known NC Elders, and declared it to be a picture of his 5th great-grandfather who died in the 1820's (before photography was invented!), lived in TN and had a different name! Other than recognizing him, we would have no way to prove that this was, or was NOT, this person's ancestor!
(2) another was a picture of a supposedly "full-blood" woman, whose image had obviously been darkened using the side of the lead of a pencil, but they had accidentally overrun her jaw line in two different places!
(3) then there was the picture of the "full-blood Cherokee grandfather" ---- fully dressed in Apache attire!
--- and we could go on and on---
Now, do you better understand why we do not consider "pictures" as proof of anything?