There are always at least two people in a photograph.
The first person is the photographer who created the photograph.
The second person is the person viewing the photograph.
As the photographer creating the photograph, it’s up to you to effectively visually communicate whatever you were experiencing that made you want to make the photograph in the first place. That’s how you get into the picture
Should you be concerned about the second person? Considering that there will be more than one person viewing your photograph, I think that this is a fruitless concern.
I think your primary concern should be in applying all you know about craft to filter your entire experience through your camera to be the best visual communicator that you can be.
Show us how you saw what you saw. Showing us only what you saw leaves you out of the picture.