Online photography, Photoshop classes still open to local home-schoolers

Posted 5/20/20

It’s “take two” for 20-year Port Townsend resident Jeff Eichen’s online workshop covering photography techniques, Photoshop editing and light-room staging.

Eichen, who …

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Online photography, Photoshop classes still open to local home-schoolers

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It’s “take two” for 20-year Port Townsend resident Jeff Eichen’s online workshop covering photography techniques, Photoshop editing and light-room staging.

Eichen, who studied under Ansel Adams and Brett Weston when he was younger, had planned to pass on the lessons he’d learned through a nine-week class open to “home-schoolers and beyond,” from ages 5 to 100.

Unfortunately, an errant slash in previous coverage of the course had rendered the web address to sign up incorrect.

The correct address is bpt.me/4585434 and the class is still open to any students interested in applying.

“If they want to view the first three classes, I will send them the links so they can get caught up,” Eichen said. “It may be just the thing to get you and your kids seeing and creating things you never imagined.

Eichen pledged to assist any students or families who might need scholarships to take part in the class during the coronavirus pandemic.

“You can use a cell phone, an iPad camera or any real digital camera,” Eichen said. “I will teach from the camera to the computer to the printer. While our kids are at home, let’s give them online art and assignments to bring them outside into nature, to explore their world through the lens.”

For more information or to register, call 360-774-2235, email jeichen@anet.net or visit bpt.me/4585434.

Include the email subject line “Jeff’s Photography Class Scholarship” to learn about scholarships specifically, and use the scholarship discount code — jeffsphotoclass — when registering online.

Pay on the website for your official registration to this class, and you’ll receive Zoom and Google Docs links immediately, along with a detailed requirements email from Eichen.

Classes run from 1 to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays.

“Attendance is limited, so hurry,” said Eichen, who noted the series will conclude with a “Feel the Light” virtual art exhibit and Zoom party-night celebration. “We should take advantage of this time to engage our children and ourselves with art classes, to turn our creativity and dreams into realities.”

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