Another "why was it rejected" question.

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Rejected for "Technical issues"

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I have a background in prepress that’s left me with a tendency to use too much unsharp masking, so I have sometimes seen this for the reason on images rejected for “Technical issues”, learned my lesson and no longer prep images as if they were going to press.

But I have no idea what the issue is on this one and am curious if someone could point out the problem.

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I have 2 guesses and probably each one is a refusal. First there is the mirror with a double image. This is a standard phenomena, but does not look great on a picture.

Second is the perspective showing badly framed angles making the picture rather unpleasant.

A potential buyer can see the perspective, but won’t be able to see the double reflexion.

Aditionally, you may get a refusal for the commercial appeal of this image. This would be my refusal as a moderator.

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Another "why was it rejected" question.

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Rejected for "Technical issues"

https://pro2-bar.myportfolio.com/v1/assets/60c53cf8fa007a22de6b92e3eccd03d9/24d25b68-ecd0-4caa-9acb-...

I have a background in prepress that’s left me with a tendency to use too much unsharp masking, so I have sometimes seen this for the reason on images rejected for “Technical issues”, learned my lesson and no longer prep images as if they were going to press.

But I have no idea what the issue is on this one and am curious if someone could point out the problem.

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Correct answer by Abambo | Adobe Community Professional

I have 2 guesses and probably each one is a refusal. First there is the mirror with a double image. This is a standard phenomena, but does not look great on a picture.

Second is the perspective showing badly framed angles making the picture rather unpleasant.

A potential buyer can see the perspective, but won’t be able to see the double reflexion.

Aditionally, you may get a refusal for the commercial appeal of this image. This would be my refusal as a moderator.

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I have 2 guesses and probably each one is a refusal. First there is the mirror with a double image. This is a standard phenomena, but does not look great on a picture.

Second is the perspective showing badly framed angles making the picture rather unpleasant.

A potential buyer can see the perspective, but won’t be able to see the double reflexion.

Aditionally, you may get a refusal for the commercial appeal of this image. This would be my refusal as a moderator.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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Commercial appeal I could see, when it was rejected that’s what I was expecting, it was the “Technical issues category that I didn’t understand.  Hadn’t considered the double reflection; perhaps a blind spot on my part as the shot was originally part of a set and the door with the sign was the previous photo.

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