@Zsófia98C6 This is not a good stock photo candidate. You have to realize millions of images are submitted daily/weekly and your shots have to be exceptional. The lighting is very dull and there is a lot of dirt in the frame, which might be on the walls themselves. Also, inspect the file between 100 and 200 percent and you'll see the lack of sharpness. Always keep in mind the end user. If someone wants a crooked scene, they can rotate the canvas themselves. I think you can do better!
Thank you. I will pay attention on these details.
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Hi @Zsófia98C6 ,
Your photos is noisy, and not completely sharp. Also it seem to be slightly under exposed.
Always take your photo in its correct perspective. If lens error causes the perspective to be out, Photoshop can apply the correction.
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Thank you, I appreciate your reflection.