Zoom in 100-200% to carefully inspect your photos. Look for sharp focus, chromatic aberration, artifacts, noise, sensor spots and dust spots. Look at the histogram to determine whether you have any clipping (blownout or black areas with no detail).
Your image has a white balance issue (too blue), a leaning horizon, chromatic aberration among the leaves of the tree, and possibly a focus issue, though the file you uploaded is pixelated and too small to determine whether sharp focus was attained.
Thank you so much, I'll keep these in mind for my next attempt 🙂
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Best of luck with your next submission.
Thank you Nancy, I'm new to stock and this information really helps!
There is some chromatic abberation around the branches. The horizon is not level. The focus is a little soft. I feel it is a little too blue. The highlights are a little overexposed.
I feel this is better:
Thank you for your comments and for taking the time to edit the picture!