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Have you already submitted it? If so, please give the exact rejection message.
Otherwise, are you proposing to submit it to Stock? I don't think it can pass because the camera has not produced a clear image when viewed at 100%.
I like the image, the softness, the colours, and various crops possibilites. However, it looks as if filters are applied and I think they are indeed applied, in a suitable reasonable manner... yet this might become a regection reason. So you need to choose a category for your image very carrfully. I believe they have something applicable for a digital art.
I believe they have something applicable for a digital art.
a photograph of a tree will never pass if processed like this. Indeed the filters are not applied in a reasonable manner. Pictures like this better have to look natural. Processing yes, but very ceraful, so that the image does not look over processed.
There is a "graphic resources" but no "digital art" category.
THe image is overprocessed. Look at the tree stump you will see that detail is missing. If you look at the leaves, they are kind of washed out, like painted with watercolour. I guess the refusal was "technical issues".
When posing refused images, you need to give the refusal reason as this helps enormously.
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