Photographer Jay L. Clendenin Shoots Olympic Athlete Portraits With a Large-Format Camera Directly To Photo Paper

Photographer Jay L. Clendenin Shoots Olympic Athlete Portraits With a Large-Format Camera Directly To Photo Paper

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Large format photography is a fascinating process here in the digital age. It’s slow, wonderful, beautiful, frustrating, and perhaps most importantly, really expensive. Photographer Jay L. Clendenin has been shooting large-format portraits of Olympic athletes in Rio, but he has been skipping the typical negatives and directly exposing photo paper, which is then developed into a paper negative that can be scanned and reversed in post.

It’s still not as cheap as 35mm film—let alone digital—

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