All my photos were rejected on technical issues, I dont understand why

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Any and all help would be appreciated!

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Contributor , Feb 16, 2022 Feb 16, 2022
The headphone photo is underexposed.  I want able to recover any detail in the headphone ear padding no matter for far I moved up the exposure.  The lighting also looked uneven, and the horizon of the table was pretty crooked. The lightswitch photo had a yellow colorcast to it, the switch itself wasn't level, the lighting appeared to be uneven, and there were some imperfections in the drywall. Better luck with future submissions 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 16, 2022 Feb 16, 2022
The first is poorly lit, blurry and noisy. I don't see any commercial appeal for the second which also has technical issues as noted by George. 

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The headphone photo is underexposed.  I want able to recover any detail in the headphone ear padding no matter for far I moved up the exposure.  The lighting also looked uneven, and the horizon of the table was pretty crooked.

 

The lightswitch photo had a yellow colorcast to it, the switch itself wasn't level, the lighting appeared to be uneven, and there were some imperfections in the drywall.

 

Better luck with future submissions 🙂

 

-George Folster
Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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The first is poorly lit, blurry and noisy. I don't see any commercial appeal for the second which also has technical issues as noted by George. 

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Hi @add23179875q3l0 ,

In addition to what is said. There is too much negative space in the light-switch image. I also believe it too is slightly underexposed.

Best wishes

Jacquelin

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