#5 I was talking about standard English following the (often unknown) rules of grammar that people apply in their speech on a daily basis. The same way that you say "I am" rather than "I are" - that kind of grammar.
Looking at the link I can see 112 examples in all. Here are some of them;
So much fun was had by all and fantastic memories made. Lots of photos/clips on the
website through Twitter.
We made lots of photos happen
--- Here, obviously the words are not being used in the way you mean.
I made lots of photos. Vicent prepared a book of Andalusian birds checklist in english, scientific name and in french
Our best cosplay performance was with Marchen and Elyse, every person, who saw us, made lots of photos or video.
--- Here, the writers are not native speakers of English.
All of the examples on the first page of your link are by non-native speakers.
Some of the examples are by native speakers, too. Looking at them I'd say they were not paying much attention to what they were writing, and used the generic word "make" meaning "to create/produce" rather than the standard word you use to describe recording an image. It's not totally inaccurate, as you can make a cake, make a table, make a car ... but it's not how you normally describe taking a photo. They'd probably correct themselves if they thought about it. Your average person talking about pressing the button on their camera (that's what you are asking about?) would say they were taking a photo. (But see also #4)