Creative Photography is more than making a
simple visual recording,
it involves the innovative artistry and vision of a
who manipulates the given visual elements in order to both preserve
and represent the subject while creating New Perspectives.
Welcome to New Perspectives
featuring the work of Northwest
Indiana based photographic artist Larry A Brechner.
Included in his body of work in an eclectic range of subjects
still life, scenic, landscape, cityscapes, nautical,
lighthouses, flora & fauna, theater, and people.
Navigating the New Perspectives
We invite you to explore the photographic
art by entering the Main Gallery.
Select a Gallery or Exhibit from the choices represented by
the Gallery images.
Each Gallery or Exhibit will have
its own Image Catalog page(s).
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Image quality presented on this site or any
web site represents a compromise between the best possible image quality and
size of the image file (which directly effects download time). Images on the
New Perspectives site are presented in JPEG format, which saves images as a
compressed file, then restores images by decompressing the file using an interpolation
method. High Quality Photographic images as a result are reproduced in
less than optimum quality. New Perspectives uses 400 x 600 pixel-100dpi at
compression ratio for most images to achieve a fairly high quality and
maintain reasonable download times. Please be assured the actual photographic
prints are of the highest photographic quality. Some
low-resolution legacy images do remain in some of the galleries or exhibits
from my pre-digital film work until the original negatives can be rescanned.
Please enjoy browsing through the New Perspectives
web site as often as you like.
However, be reminded that all images on the New
Perspectives website and the site itself are fully protected under copyright
law. The copy, reproduction and distribution of any images for any use
other than web browsing is strictly prohibited, and infringes on
the artistic and intellectual property rights of the photographic artist.
Read Detailed interview
with Larry at