With the results Canon tell us that is the photographer's point of view that controls the outcome. But looking at the photographs I don't see photographers' point of view at all. We could be told that all photos was taken by the very same photographer and it would make no difference.
What I see instead is the market convention point of view. The images are very cliché, predictable and common as editorial and commercial standards view. The millionaire, the repudiated convict, the warming life saver, the companion psychic, etc.
I don't blame the photographers since delivering the convention expectation, or clients demands, is what professionalism is all about in this industry. But I don't see it as good example of photographers point of view in the outcome result.
In other words, it is not exactly the photographer's point of view that controls the outcome but the commercial visual tradition and culture, which photographers are influenced and expected to deliver by the public and clients.
Despite of the impression I have and talk about here, I agree with the last message from the experiment. "A photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than by what is in front of it". After all, is the photographer who has most control of the image characteristics. But what shapes the photographer?