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LEGEND , Nov 10, 2021 Nov 10, 2021
Again? Oh, you're here determined that the best way forward is to post modified pictures, and to refuse to give refusal reasons. Good luck with that. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 10, 2021 Nov 10, 2021
Agreed with @Test Screen Name.  I'm a very patient person but...  we're spinning our wheels AGAIN.  
Could you mark the spots with the aberration and out of focus, please?
============ @beaver1234. By now, you should be able to identify and correct on your own the obvious technical problems.  If not, I think something is wrong that we cannot help you with. Good luck!

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 12, 2021 Nov 12, 2021
Hello, I suppose the 'again' is some attempt at humour? I'm afraid it will fall like a lead balloon here. 'Something is wrong' Yes, it's true. I think your white balance is too yellow, so you have to change that, and regarding the focus, I would suggest that the fish is out of focus. The bird itself, I think is fine, but the bird's beak and fish are not so sharp. Of course the fish is blurred due to movement, but I do think it could be sharper. Faster shutter speed perhaps? Greater DOF?

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What's the question? Was it rejected (and for what reason)? And you'd like to understand why?

If so, and it's been rejected for technical issues, I would say for a start that the subject is not sharp and there is chromatic aberration.

If not, maybe it would help letting us know what's your post about.

Oh, and please tell me that the "again" text is not in the submitted picture!

Michael

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Could you mark the spots with the aberration and out of focus, please?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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@beaver1234,

Look at your picture at 100% and 200%, and you will see what you are looking at, again!

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Again? Oh, you're here determined that the best way forward is to post modified pictures, and to refuse to give refusal reasons. Good luck with that. 

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Nobody force you to drop here if you do not want.

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Agreed with @Test Screen Name.  I'm a very patient person but...  we're spinning our wheels AGAIN.  

 

Could you mark the spots with the aberration and out of focus, please?

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@beaver1234.

By now, you should be able to identify and correct on your own the obvious technical problems.  If not, I think something is wrong that we cannot help you with.

 

Good luck!

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Off topic comments like this highlighted as the correct answer... that says everything. "Good" job by whoever is moderating here.

Thanks to the others who came with anything constructive.

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Hello,

I suppose the 'again' is some attempt at humour? I'm afraid it will fall like a lead balloon here. 'Something is wrong' Yes, it's true. I think your white balance is too yellow, so you have to change that, and regarding the focus, I would suggest that the fish is out of focus. The bird itself, I think is fine, but the bird's beak and fish are not so sharp. Of course the fish is blurred due to movement, but I do think it could be sharper. Faster shutter speed perhaps? Greater DOF?

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