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The best of Team Photo Day

Luke Mason  January 30, 2013 4:20 PM

Nick Maxwell and daughter Milla pose for the cameras during Wednesday's team photo shoot.

Nick Maxwell and daughter Milla pose for the cameras during Wednesday's team photo shoot.

There were lights, there were cameras and there was plenty of action as the Collingwood players put on their brightest smiles for the club's annual team photo day.

For more than three hours, the players marched up and down the newly renovated sprung floor inside the Westpac Centre wearing their full playing outfit for the 2013 season. For eight of the club's new recruits, it was their first chance to don the black and white jumper. But for someone like Ben Johnson, who is now a veteran of 14 team photo days, the shoot didn't toss up too many surprises. has published a selection of the best images that show what went on behind the scenes at Wednesday's photo shoot.

From No. 1 to No. 48 and everything in between (bar the retired No. 42, of course).

Meet our new forward line! Let's hope we see Quinten Lynch and Travis Cloke flashing their pearly whites a few more times this year.

Paul Seedsman chills out before the cameras come calling.

Andrew Krakouer gets into game day mode.

Swanny's time in front of the camera went as quick as a flash.

Heath Shaw and Steele Sidebottom critique the smiles of their teammates.

Doesn't matter if you're 196cm or 172cm, you can still be a force in the centre square at the MCG.

Alan Didak makes sure that West Australian teenager Jackson Ramsay has everything down pat for his first photo in the black and white.

Quinten Lynch laces up.

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