I've had photos in the past be rejected and I can understand why. This one I can't figure out the reason.
This is also a gyazo of the photo because the photo size was too large.
Thank you for your help.
The picture can't be to big. There are limits, but they can be reached only with the most expensive cameras.
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The trees are underexposed, and there's a black line along the bottom of the image. The file is too small to determine whether the birds are actually in focus; when I zoom it just looks pixelated.
Is this the photo you submitted? I ask because the quality is poor.
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This is a gyazo screenshot of the original photo because I the file size was too large to post here.
Save it as a JPEG and make sure that it is les than 10 MB and it will be OK to post here. 2-4 Mb should be OK.
As you may know, moderators will view carefully at 100%-200% to make sure everything is perfect. That's why the experts here need the original file, one way or another.
From a practical point of view - what is it off? Birds flying? Clouds?