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If the reason was "technical issues" you need to post the original file that you submitted, not a PDF, because it could be an issue only visible at 100% or more on the original file.
Thank you for help with it, please find the oroginal photo I was not able to attache as it exeed the maximum size for support site the photo is 18 MB
The to the photo is - https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmrO4OF5IekiyFheq9nI4C2DUiVO?e=PBd7iJ
the reason for rejection was -
Brugge (the Lake in Brugge(
Thanks for giving us the chance to consider your image. Unfortunately, during our review we found that it contains one or more technical issues, so we can't accept it into our collection.
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By the way, I like your picture very much.
Thank you. I am not an expert in photo analysis, so others will surely do different checks. To me. I observe the following. (See picture)
This is a screen shot from Photoshop. You will see the colours are wildly wrong. This is because you did not embed an sRGB profile, which is required. I really like the picture, but the composition is imperfect at the corners. I see a tree at top left, and some debris in the river bottom right. Worse, though, there is something at each corner, perhaps a lens hood. It would be expected that you would correct these problems before submitting, or use a different shot; nobody would run that picture as it is in an advert or magazine, even though it is a beautiful photo.
Besides what is already noted above, you have several dust spots that need to be removed. However, even after corrections, you will likely be asked for model releases for the recognizeable people in the shot (easily seen at 100%).
thank yoou very much, the corners is the venieting on a lens, I will correct it, just thought that the picture as it is is more to the art picture. at the lleft corner is the tree and in the water is leaves from the tree. i will fix it.
There is also chromatic aberration, especially at the borders. Think of stock pictures as craft not as art. Your craft should be perfect, no fancy artistic modifications or defects like noise, lens fall off, saturation etc.
In addition to the people there are also some logos or signs on the umbrellas. That's an ip refusal.