Port Townsend photographer has ruff response to COVID pandemic
Business model goes to the dogs, digitally
Call it a focus on Fido, a mug of Marley, or a shot for Spot.
With COVID lockdowns continuing, Eichen has expanded his photographic repertoire to include virtual photo sittings with the on-location shoots he usually does.
“Now that I’m here and we’re locked down, I decided to create the virtual
photoshoot, where I screen capture from your device your family, your dog, your cat, your fishbowl.”
“Then, with my experience of 30 years of Photoshop, I edit it into a beautiful photograph that can go to canvas, metal or paper print or card,” Eichen explained.
“I’m an inventor by nature,” Eichen said. “It’s allowing me to open the door of inventing something new during a time where everything seems to be just dragging.”
ROVER OVER AND OVER
Eichen said he’s committed to getting the best possible portrait.
It’s a fur sure thing.
Eichen said he promises to come away with five edited top shots for each client.
And he’ll keep shooting, through retakes if needed, “until we get it right.”
“I’m not being Hollywood with this; I’m being small-town, well I guarantee I’ll make you happy with your shoot.”
“Who would not want to have a guarantee?” Eichen asked.
“You’re paying me to make a piece of art.”
Eichen’s online portfolio and booking website can be seen at https://jeichen.zenfolio.com/. He can be reached at 360-774-2235.