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The correct answer choice is (D)
If Lifestyle has photographs by G and H, we need to use Template 2 to construct our local diagram:
Note that since Lifestyle and Metro must have at least one photographer in common, Metro must now have either G or H.
Answer choice (A) is incorrect, because it is possible that Metro contains no photographs by F.
Answer choices (B) and (C) are incorrect, because Metro can have anywhere from 0 to 2 photographs by G.
Answer choice (D) is the correct answer choice, as shown in the local diagram above. Since the number of photographs in Lifestyle by H must match the number of photographs in Sports by F, F must have exactly one photograph in Sports. And, since G cannot have any photographs in Sports (last rule), it follows that the other photograph in Sports is by H.
Answer choice (E) cannot be true, because one of the photographs in Sports must be by F.