The Bisous model is a tool that uses stochastic methods to detect the network of galactic filaments. This model is explicitly developed to detect the structure from observational data, using only galaxy positions as input. This paper shows that the Bisous model gives reliable results and including photometric data improves the resulting filamentary network. We used MultiDark-Galaxies catalogue to create a mock with photometric redshifts and samples with different galaxy number densities. We found that the filaments detected with the Bisous model are reliable; 85% of the detected filaments are unchanged compared to results with more complete input data. Adding photometric data improves the fraction of galaxies in filaments. Using the confusion matrix technique, we found the false discovery rate to always be below 5% when using photometric data.