Your question unfortunately is based on a misconception. 1,2 and 3 point perspectives are drawing construction tools. An artist or engineer uses them as shortcuts, when the object has parallel lines like a rectangular box.
Using those shortcuts isn't a must. A drawing with a solid perspective can be constructed also point by point from rectangular projections, when the observing point and the image plane are decided. But 1,2, and 3 point perspectives can speed up the drawing substantially.
Your photo is not constructed with a pen and ruler. It's taken using a camera. Camera's placement, direction and focal length (+possible lens errors) define, how the object is mapped onto the 2-dimensional image sensor or film.
You can of course ask: Believe me, this is painted by an artist. It's so good that it only seems to be a photo. Has he used 1,2, or 3 point perspective?
The answer: Impossible to say, the image is far too complex and all possibly used construction lines are wiped off perfectly.