The problem photos are obvious. One girl’s arm is missing. Another girl is missing her clothing – and was left with a blurred chest. Multiple students have the same body and clothes. Some shirt colors were changed, while patterns and wording on other shirts were wiped out. At least 34 students had someone else’s body. Officials from Lifetouch National School Studios Inc., the Minnesota-based photography company, said someone at the company made the alterations in an attempt to comply with the school’s photo guidelines…
Sophomore Brielle Anderson said she’s pretty sure her head is on a boy’s body.
"I paid $80 for a cropped picture of my head on someone else’s body," she said.
She noted that she’s also missing a few inches of hair. Chelsey Rephan, a sophomore, said one girl in the yearbook had her clothing digitally rubbed out.