Can you help me by pointing out the possessible reasons for rejecting the photo?

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Hi, I'm a beginner here and would like your help to better understand why my photo was rejected. Can you help me by pointing out the possessible motives?
I just put the logo to put the photo here.
Thank you very much in advance.Paisagem - LR - IMG_1469-23052021-Olhares da Cidade  2021 - RJ - Bikes na Praia do Recreio 01 - P.jpgPaisagem - LR - IMG_1480-23052021-Olhares da Cidade  2021 - RJ - Bikes na Praia do Recreio 01 - P.jpg

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Jun 12, 2021 Jun 12, 2021

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Hi @mariannaB832 ,

The photo is not looking natural. It would appear you have applied special effects. Cropping the bicycles leaving more than half the frame of negative space is not a good idea. If you zoom in at between 100 and 200% to look at the image at the end of the bicycle handles you will notice color fringing. 

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The processing you've applied has resulted in a rather unnatural looking sky as well as artifacts along some of the edges in the image. Zoom in to the areas I've outlined. You also have a possible IP violation in that a model number is shown on the bike tire (also outlined). I think a different approach to the processing may salvage this image. Since it appears to have been shot in good light, I would probably just use a gradient in LR to reduce the exposure in the sky and Dehaze it a bit and bring out the details of the clouds. I do sort of wish the bikes hadn't been cut off, but I'm not sure that the composition alone would have been a reason for rejection.

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