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Photographer Jay Clendenin spent the weeks leading up to the Olympics making portraits of athletes on the US Olympic Team. But rather than a typical digital shoot, Clendenin captured each athlete with a 4x5" field camera and a 100-year-old Petzval lens. The result is a beautiful contrast between old and new.

Photographer Jay Clendenin spent the weeks leading up to the Olympics making portraits of athletes on the US Olympic Team. But rather than a typical digital shoot, Clendenin captured each athlete with a 4x5" field camera and a 100-year-old Petzval lens. The result is a beautiful contrast between old and new.

Archer ~ Geena Davis and I share a love of archery -- once again, learned it in PE at Mascoutah High School -- they were seriously preparing us for the Olympics

Archer ~ Geena Davis and I share a love of archery -- once again, learned it in PE at Mascoutah High School -- they were seriously preparing us for the Olympics

Birthday rainbow parade. Via @jessiarrington

Birthday rainbow parade. Via @jessiarrington

L.A. Times photographer Jay L. Clendenin goes behind the scenes with 2016 Summer Olympians.

Photographer's Journal: Behind the scenes with 2016 Summer Olympians

L.A. Times photographer Jay L. Clendenin goes behind the scenes with 2016 Summer Olympians.

Olympic Athletes Photographed Using a Field Camera and 100-Year-Old Lens

Olympic Athletes Photographed Using a Field Camera and 100-Year-Old Lens

Jay L. Clendenin photographs Olympic athletes (Canon Mark IIs for digital photos vs field camera and a Petzval lens)

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