Your pictures are overexposed. There may be other defects, but due to the size and the high compression of your samples here, I can't judge that.
The second picture faces a general overexposure...
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There's much to like about this image, it's very cute. But when you look closely, the image quality isn't good enough for Stock.
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Hi @Bogdan5FB6 ,
The settings of your subjects are nice. Good composition especially that of the little girl and dog. It would appear your photos were taken in JPG format and was not post processed. If I'm correct, post process is needed. Camera Raw, or utilizing layers in photoshop reduces damage while post-processing. With that said, The dog at the window:
The shadows are a little dark while the highlight at the window destroys some details. When taking photos like that it is better to have fill light(s) for the shadow areas, or utilize exposure compensation. In addition the file is noisy - both chromatic and luminance noise.
The girl with the dog is very noisy - both chromatic and luminance noise. Noise reduction application is required to correct the noise issue. Also there is a halo around the edges of the subjects.
Please zoom to between 100 and 200% to view your files and make correction with a photo editor before uploading.