What rejection reason was indicated by the Moderator?
You must have been given a reason for the rejection. Which is it?
If I had to guess, I'd say it's for Intellectual Property, because of the Cloud Gate sculpture, the people and the brand on the barriers.
Hope that helps,
Michael Niessen - Photographer, photo-editor, educator
Thank you Michael! The reason for rejection is "it contains one or more technical issues". Is there anything else with the photo quality?
@OCF5E13 Beyond any technical problems, since you are a beginner with stock photography, I'll mention this particular image has perspective and subject problems. For example, while the ground in front of the barriers is level, the buildings look as though they are leaning back or towards each other. The tree may naturally be growing crooked but because it isn't seen as straight in your snap, the perspective with the leaning buildings makes the entire scene seem dizzying (at least to me). There is also too much going on in the photo for the lens and distance and everything seems crowded. Think more about your main subject. Is it the tree, the metal sculpture, or the skyline? I hope this is helpful and keep trying!
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