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a description of why: "technical problem"
What is it?
Hard to say for sure with the technical reason. The white balance feels a bit on the warm (orange) side to me. How are the noise levels when you view the full resolution file at 100%? I'm assuming you didn't submit this with your watermark on it.
Unless this was an Illustrative Editorial file, you also have some intellectual property issues, specifically with the camera brand information on the front.
I wish you the best of the luck with your future uploads.
Thanks for answer, Met! Course, i send that fhoto watermark on it;) What about noise levels. Can you estimate it? I add image at 100%.
"specifically with the camera brand information on the front."
*without watermark on it
The noise level is a problem, as Mat said, the white balance is a little off and my feeling is that the image is also a little to dark (look at the histogram, at the right side you do not have information...
and btw: It's not only the camera brand, but also the lens and the lightmeter to be considered.
I've done some quick adjustments that could solve some of the problems in your picture. I hope you have the raw file so that you can work the image without to much loosing detail.
The noise is probably the biggest problem as this increases by adding exposure.
BTW: a nice camera and picture, but I would love to see more of the lightmeter in the picture. For stock it would even be good to add the complete lightmeter. The potential buyer can as such crop the image to his needs.
And sorry for my bad english, i'm student from Russia )
I could also be your rubles.
"Paper money must not be reproduced in whole but partial depictions (<75%) may be acceptable in some countries. All currency featuring the likeness of Queen Elizabeth II is unacceptable."