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In order to register your participation in the challenge, check your email and click on the confirmation button in that email. You will not receive your first image to practice processing until you click that link to activate it. See below for what to look for in your email.
If you don’t see that email in your inbox shortly (you should get it within a few minutes), check your spam or junk folders to see if it ended up in there. It not, just fill out the form again to have another copy of it sent to you.
Once you click that button to confirm you will be registered to start the 7-day photo editing challenge on Monday. You’ll receive your first image to process once the group challenge begins.
If you use gmail for your mail, make sure to check your tabs at the top of your inbox to see if the email has appeared there, instead of your inbox. Gmail filters emails like the one you’re about to receive, so you must take action yourself, look through those tabs, and drag the new email into your inbox. Looks in the Spam and Promotions tabs.
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Subscription to the 5-Day Photo Editing Challenge
With your enrollment in our 5-Day photo editing challenge, you will start to receive emails each day for 5 days with images for the group to work on. Once the challenge is complete, new photography articles published on the website will be sent directly to your inbox. Generally, I send a new photography article to your inbox once a week.
You’ll want to check your email for your link to your participation. Gmail now has filters and it may show up in your Promotions folder – look in there if you do not see it in your inbox.
If you’re using Google Gmail, your first email might be in the “Promotions” section. There are three tabs at the top of your Gmail inbox. Look in the Promotions folder and then drag the email over to your inbox. This will whitelist it for the next time. Like this: