I think focus may be an issue. The bread should be sharp.
I'm sorry to disagree with my fellow forum member, @Ralph Lear, but I don't think focus is your problem. I think borders are the problem. Adobe Stock doesn't accept images with borders or watermarks. Get rid of the white borders and resubmit your photo.
Thank you so much I will do that 🙂
I like the photo. But let's look at it from the view of someone who wants to make an advertisment.
- the colours look artificial EVEN IF THEY ARE REAL
- the animal in the front is not lit enough. Yes, I know that is because it is at night, but Adobe's stock buyers expect perfection, even if it is impossible
- the composition is nice, but rather spoiled by a tent.
This is a nice photo - I'd rather have it on my wall than 99% of the photos in Adobe stock - but it seems more like art than commercial photography.
Look at your photo with 100% or 200% maginification. There are artifacts around the mountain edges. The sky also has color noise. The photo foreground is under exposed.
Here you can see the artifacts.
This picture has multiple issues:
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