Hold on. I understand that the original phrase lacked the verb we need to settle this, but I think the post is a "this is" assumed type of situation. That aside, are you suggesting that, by placing the first person pronoun in a list, the subject form can be used when the list is used as a compound object?
That's crazy talk.
It is not used as an object in the 'understood' sentence. Remember that bit about askingcan you replace the verb with =
? If so, use a predicate nominative....
If one were using perfect grammar, one would say "The person in the photo is I
I didn't make up the rules, and I'm the first to suggest that they should be set aside if strict
adherence creates absurd sentences. I would venture that even Brittany would agree (or not...)