The web-site enforces a maximum limit of 4 pictures per section. The participant can remove a picture and upload a different one any time till the last date for submission.
Here are some rules that we want to re-iterate. We encourage you to read the remaining terms and conditions and familiarize yourself.
Nature photography is restricted to the use of the photographic process to depict all branches of natural history, except anthropology and archaeology, in such a fashion that a well-informed person will be able to identify the subject material and certify its honest presentation.
Birds represent flighted and flightless birds in the wild that are not raised by humans for food or otherwise and that are not entirely dependent on human beings for their living and growth in population. Pictures of Birds feeding chicks in the nest will be rejected. Pictures of Bats should be uploaded under Wildlife section.
Pictures uploaded under the Macro Section should depict (a) insects like Spiders, Butterflies, Bees, Cicadas etc., (b) small amphibians like Frogs, small Reptiles like Garden Lizards, worms, snakes, snails etc., (c) Flowers and (d) other tiny forms of life like mushrooms and non-life like dew drops etc. Pictures of dead subjects are not allowed. Macro subjects could have been shot in gardens or wild areas.
Entries uploaded to Wildlife Section should relate to undomesticated Animals, large Reptiles like Pythons and Monitors and large Amphibians like Crocodiles not introduced by human beings that depict life in the wild. Species of Bats will also fall under this category.