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996: has a lot of noise (also colour noise), is not really sharp and has a difficult exposure, because of the highlights that easily blow out.
1015: idem. In addition, you have also chromatic aberration:
You did take your pictures at ISO 100-160, but there is too much noise in the picture, so I suppose that you needed to do a lot of exposure correction. You need to reduce the noise level. The sharpness is not really correctable. I think that you need to put more attention to the sharpness and correct exposure.
All your photos are out of focus, noisy and have color fringing on the edges. When you zoom in at 100 to 200% you will see it all. You will need to ensure your camera focuses on the subject before completely pressing the shutter button. You will also need to set the f-stop of your camera to capture more of your subject. In case you are following any of the misleading information on-line about sweet and ideal settings I suggest you go to linkedIn learn and listen to courses by Ben Long. Also when you take your shots you will need to post-process to correct camera errors.
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As pointed out focus is a big problem in these photos. They are all too blurry!