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I assume that Adobe advised you that these images were rejected based on technical issues. The first image is not focused sharply enough, and is harshly lit, perhaps with on camera flash, resulting in uneven lighting across the frame and dark shadows. The second image is poorly composed with a messy subject matter. The plants are dusty, there are dirt marks on the wall, and an extraneous object entering the frame on the left. Ask yourself what a buyer would want to do with this image...
Hi @Syed5F94 ,
Both images are not completely in focus. There is not enough depth of filed. The bright light seem to be a bulb to one side of the image that causes that side to be over exposed, while the other is left in shadow. There are two things about the overexposed side. Details of the flower is lost and section of the hanging object that the bulb reflects in.
Zoom in to inspect the wall between each basket. You will notice a section is grey while this section is pink. That's a white balance issue. All the wall should be one shade, that of the color of the wall itself. This a possibly because the subject is not completely in focus are the possible reasons for rejection. Many times customers remove the subject from its background, hence the spot on the wall would not be a reason for rejection.
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