I would like to know why this image was rejected since there are plenty of images from the same museum available on Adobe Stock.
You have forgotten to post the picture. That one image got approved on a specific subject does not guarantee that your image gets approved. One reason may be that the rules changed in between.
The picture is there, I can see it???
Sorry, I took your « thank you Robert » as the end of the message as it coincides with the length of what gets shown initialy.
The picture is a great one, but shows modern architecture and that violates the Architects (c). If there are other pictures of that building in the stock database, they will be taken out if detected.
Thank you Abamdo. This answers my question. Newer architecture is not allowed but older ones such as the Canadian Parliament I assume would be accepted.
The same rules apply as for copyrighted art.
The Eifel tower itself for example would be no problem. It’s a lightning that is copyrighted.
There is also a difference if the building is protected by special law as some are.
These guidelines will help you: Property release and protection guidelines for Adobe Stock
The exceptions are images that are limited to "Editorial Use Only" license. Adobe Stock obtain their EUOs from trusted partners and news agencies.
"... there are plenty of images from the same museum available on Adobe Stock."
I can only see two ..? But yours is much better. Maybe the ones at AS are from the old Fotolia days. AS is much more restrictive with property rights.
Or, maybe the pictures you saw just followed the rules and did include a property release.