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Penn Stater Photo Shoot w/ Volleyball Champions

Penn Stater magazine put up a short video of the photo shoot it did yesterday with the Women’s Volleyball Team– the video features Kelsey Ream, Megan Hodge, and Nicole Fawcett posing for photographer Bill Cramer (Class of 1985). You can find the full blog entry here.

The most interesting part is how the magazine handled including a picture of a player who is working abroad this semester.

Oh, and one player couldn’t be there for the shoot—Christa Harmotto is student-teaching in England—so we hired a photographer in England to shoot her against a very similar backdrop, and we’ll somehow stitch her in. (We’ll include a note to this effect in the magazine, I’m sure; we have no interest in deceiving anyone.)

Pretty clever. We’re a little confused why they had to do the shoot in Rec Hall if the girls are posing in front of a white background. Maybe we’ll be enlightened when the issue comes out.

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