If the dip-stick shows you have enough oil, then you have enough oil, regardless of what the warning light says.
But, if you have an oil warning light and oil level above the 'Min' mark, then that is cause for further investigation.
The minuscule leak you photographed, given the good dip-stick level, is not the cause of the warning light and needs further investigation.
Remember that 'Max' is just that, the maximum level, not the desired level - the nearer Minimum you run (all other things being equal) the less fuel and power you waste just stirring the oil in the sump.
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