High Quality Content
We take pride because we care about quality and presentation for our viewers. High quality content includes original images with 2048px resolution, preferably, but no less than 960px, horizontal or vertical. Lower resolutions do not look appealing to our viewers.
We encourage all photographers to watermark their photos, not because of unauthorized use but because it’s your opportunity to advertise your brand for free. You are working toward building a fan base, right? Being a NatureGraphy member means, you have chances each day to continue to increase your fan base.
We use photo captions on NatureGraphy and we dedicate this space to share the words you added to your post in the group. Choose what you write wisely. Include the name of the subject, where it was taken and any notes you have about the story behind the shot.
Resubmitting the Same Photo
Yes, you can resubmit the same photo as long as it hasn’t won a contest. There is a waiting period before the photo can qualify to win. The current wait period is 90 days
Increasing Your Chances of Winning
There are a few things that will increase your chances of winning. The first tip and probably the most important one is, always think, “How will my photo impress a nature lover, not a fellow nature photographer?”
A good photo and a great story are essential in captivating your audience. Remember to share a few words behind the photo. Or write a clever caption relative to the photo.
Why My Photo Didn’t Win
Be careful not to overdo it. There are a few things that will cause your photo to not be selected as a winner. Implementing your photo with text, images or colors can be very distracting. Do not overlay over main subject in a distracting way. Promoting other promotions rather than yourself, is basically giving up the win automatically.
So remember to keep it high quality. Give it your seal of approval, with a watermark. Captivate your viewers with a short story and don’t think which photographer you’re going to beat, but how many nature lovers I’m going to impress!