Hey guys. Went to a local nature photo club toady and was actually a bit confused about what they require for their contests and submissions and wanted to poll the forum. Their definition of a true nature shot is one where the "hands of man" have not been involved. Such as a shot of a tree but if it has a cut branch then its not eligible. Or A tree in the middle of the cornfield, ect. My question is this. Is this common of most nature photography clubs or uncommon? My definition of a nature shot is of the subject matter in its environment. Wether it have human progress or not in the shot. I am new to digital photography and am still getting used to the d80 as well as Aperture for the past month so would appreciate input.