I love double exposure photography! If done right, you can cleverly create exceptionally artful pictures. But how do you do it on your Fujifilm camera? What are some easy techniques that give good results? In this article I’ll discuss this topic in detail and provide some useful tips to help you make your own artistic double-exposure photographs.
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I’m confused. I logged in (year membership status) and still cannot access this content. I keep getting the pop-up ‘Subscribe to get access’
It should be a monthly membership and not yearly. Let me look into it.
I paid for a yearly membership of some kind. Perhaps this is different?
The App Patron is an annual subscription, but this is a separate thing.
My email is email@example.com. Send me a message.
I do not have and do not want a credit card. Will you offer an alternative payment method?
Unfortunately, this is the only option that WordPress offers for this.
I am an app patron and don’t want to add more subscriptions to my pile. I’m actually quite surprised this isn’t included.
Is there a way to get only newsletter emails about app-related stuff I am already paying for and not get a zillion emails now about posts I can’t access anyway? I’m not so sure you’re following the right model here…
The Patron App subscription and this are completely separate systems. The App subscription is anonymous—I collect zero data on anybody (unlike most apps), so I have absolutely no idea who is or isn’t a Patron (other than if they tell me). There isn’t a way to link the two systems.
The Creative Collective is extra content that I’m spending even more of my time to put together, and that’s why there is a (very) small fee for it. If it’s something that you are interested in, you can join, and if it’s not, it’s no big deal. Honestly, I wish that I could give away all of my time and work for free (and I mean that, because I like helping others), but it’s not practical, unless I win the lotto or find a rare coin worth millions or something like that. So I give away for free what I can, but that’s not everything. And I truly appreciate those (like yourself) who help to support this blog and what I do. So thank you!
I’m sorry that you get bothered by a few extra emails. My suggestion would be to unfollow the blog by email, then you won’t get those. There used to be an option for a weekly digest email, not sure if WordPress still offers that option or not, but if so, that might be the best solution.
Hello I subscribed to Fuji X Weekly Creative Collective (2$ per month) but I don’t have access to the content. How can I get access?
Hi! I’m very sorry for the trouble. I get a report like this every once in awhile, and I haven’t been able to fully figure out why, and WordPress hasn’t been helpful, unfortunately. I believe it might have something to do with your security and/or firewall settings, but I’ve never been able to validate that that is the issue, or how to resolve it. However, I have discovered some workarounds that do seem to work.
First, you need to make sure that you are logged into WordPress, if you are not already. https://wordpress.com/log-in
Second, for most people who have had this issue, the simple solution was to use Google Chrome on a desktop or laptop computer (not mobile device). This seems to be the most successful tip.
Third, if that doesn’t work, try using the WordPress Reader. https://wordpress.com/read The WordPress Reader seems to always work, but the format is less convenient. Here’s the most recent Creative Collective article in the Reader: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/93223312/posts/4414339924
Here’s this article:
When logged into WordPress.com, at the top-left it says Reader—click that to open the WordPress Reader homepage. There’s a list on the left, and the bottom one is Tags. If you add the tag “Creative Collective” (without the quotes), that will give you quicker access to the Creative Collective articles.
Let me know if these worked for you, or if you have any other problems. Once again, I’m sorry for the inconvenience.
Thanks you Ritchie, everything works now