If you want some help, then you need to post an example of your rejected picture.
Give the reason for the rejection that came in the email.
Thank you for the photos. Now, please tell us Adobe's exact reasons for rejecting them. They always give a reason, even if some people find it vague (like "artefacts" or "technical issues").
The colour is way off.
Have a read of this from Adobe about how to create better photos:
Adjusting white balance:
Adobe are looking for world class commercial photography that follows all their rules exactly. Perhaps your work so far does not do this, or is not world class commercial photography. Adobe gave you a reason.
We are not Adobe and cannot see your work. If you would like the community members here to review your work please share some.
- maximum 3
- original files UNMODIFIED since you submitted them
- give Adobe's exact reasons.
All three photos have a bad white balance. The colors are off.
Underexposed, blurry, noisy and white balance is off. If the images weren't rejected for technical flaws, it's possible that they would have been rejected for IP violations since you would have needed a release from the artist.
Did you submit a property release to use these statues commercially?
it is a public property, a museum in Peru
To sell images commercially on Stock, you need the museum's permission. Otherwise Adobe can't accept the legal risks for what may happen if the museum decides to bring a law suit. This protects everyone, including you.
It doesn't matter if it's a public building; it still might incur an IP violation. Many public buildings and public art and architecture are under IP protection.