Pictures are considered secondary evidence. If you have other evidence of the bonafides of your marriage you should not have a problem. Only answer what the officer asks you. Good luck.
Relax! Answer the IO's questions truthfully. In all likelihood you will be fine. If the officer needs more documents he'll let you mail them later.
Have a great interview!
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You should be fine. If you have been married for 6 years, you should have plenty of other evidence that you can show the officer to prove the marriage is bona fide