Normally, when I get a rejection, after having another careful look, I see what needs to be improved - even if the reason given is the unhelpful 'quality'. Yet for the first time a rejection sent me scratching my head - I just don't know what to fix. If it's the proverbial log in my own eye that I don't see, then maybe someone could point it out to me...
First time, this picture was rejected for 'quality':
I thought it could be because of some noise in the darker red and green areas, as well as the sky, so I fixed that.
Second time round it came back with 'quality, oversharpened':
'Oversharpened' - maybe, even thought I don't really see any obvious 'juggies'; yet I might tend to oversharpen a little since I've received a few rejections for 'soft' of pictures that didn't seem soft at all to me. But what else could be improved, I mean the 'quality' part?
Any help would be greatly appreciated...