Flashed Light under "White Egg" and captured egg inside yellow yolk. What is the "ARTIFACTS PROBLEM" in the below photo?
Don't dominate the creator like this and totally disappointed of the review. its very Worst experience
Unfortunately, the links you posted and the resulting pictures are just too small to make any critique.
Can you post samples in this forum?
So, it's probably due to some noise in your background area. Have a closer inspection of your background:
Also, note the black spot!
And, I would give the egg more room and not crop so tightly.
oleschwander and ricky336 have provided you with expert tips.
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I've looked at your picture, but due to slow internet, I cannot upload my comments on a screenshot. But that is not necessary. Here are my findings, any of them will result in a refusal:
I would also add the tight framing as said by oleschwander, especially at the bottom of the image. You need to aloow the buyer to be able to use the image at his needs. That is not possible with such a framing.
I couldn't also see your camera type, but the image does not look like taken as a raw image but looks like an image coming out of a cell phone or a compact camera. As it is acceptable to present such images, they have very often faults introduced by the small sensors and the jpeg compression.
Also bad lighting and bad cropping ...