Upload & Sell: On
+1 @ f8-f11 ... f/13 is my mental threshhold that I go, "Hmmm, do I really want to do this?" Sometimes the answer is "Yup", sometimes "Nope" ... but either way, I have accounted for the fact that I'm headed into different waters @ f16/f22 and thus don't simply discount the impact that diffraction plays.
That being said ... PP can offset diffraction a bit as long as it isn't too excessive.
Cool Viking Axe ... Damascus ??
As to the comp ... I'd probably like to see the "business end" of the axe oriented into the frame and toward the "hacked out" lock ... inferring that the axe could cut through the shackle, but not the case. As it is, the axe edge draws my eye away from the product (logo), so it seems to be a bit ambiguous as to where you are trying to take the viewer.
Also, the inclusion of your watermark logo being the same as the axe logo strengthens the connection between you & the axe ... which in turn reduces the emphasis on the case further (also upside down case logo) ... leaving the viewer wondering which is the product that you are actually trying to promote ... you, the axe, the case or the lock (i.e. red).
I "think" you're trying to promote the case ... by virtue of the cut lock implication ... but everything else (leading lines, color, logo, etc.) makes me "look" elsewhere.