To start with, you must remove the watermarks. Did you ever see a million dollar advert with the photographer's watermark? Please read the guidelines carefully.
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I also see problems with narrow depth of field in some pictures. Basically, this is a great artistic tool, but it has to be used in a targeted manner. In the photo with the cherries, the focus is on two cherries in the middle, but the cut cherry, where I want to see details, is out of focus. The mandarine is almost completely out of focus. The passion fruit is also not in focus. Instead, it's the wooden board.
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DSC078021: Don't use artistic filters. The buyer can easily apply those when he needs them.
DSC07544: noise, nothing is in-focus:
It's overexposed and missing contrast.
43: Besides the watermarks, it's noisy and out of focus. The high key elements are missing detail, so it's also overexposed.
35 and 8443 idem.
Instead of posting 5 pictures with the same defects, you could have posted one and do the analysis for the rest yourself!
You need to control your light, put your camera in the lowest ISO possible to avoid noise. Your fruits are not running away, you have time. You also need to check your sharpness. Looking at 100%, I have difficulties finding in-focus areas. Looking at 200% you will see noise (yours is so strong that even at 50%, you see the noise) and different other artefacts. Watermarks are forbidden.
The good point in your pictures is the framing and the arrangement. That's mostly OK.
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