Guessing how a judge will rule is a fool's game, but you certainly seem to have some of the characteristics that will lead a judge to grant supervised visitation. Remember these cases are decided based on what is in the child's best interest.
These cases are complicated though, and given what's at stake you would be well served to find a qualified lawyer to go with you to court.
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Unless you have some evidence that the father is a danger to the child (other than your personal feelings), the court is not going to require supervised visitations. The pictures that you have may or may not be a) relevant, or b) admissible at your hearing. Without seeing them, I would not be able to say one way or the other. You should sit and discuss your circumstances with a child custody attorney.
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