2) "As beautiful as many female athletes are, they are precisely that—athletes. They aren't models, and they would suffer by comparison. It simply wouldn't be fair to take them out of the athletic environment, in which they are trained to be graceful, and put them in front of a camera, where they are not trained to be graceful."
Campbell practices what she preaches. Not so long ago, after Cheryl Tiegs finished shooting for the day, she called Campbell over and asked the photographer to take their picture together, just the two of them, old friends of 20 years. Though Tiegs wanted the photo strictly as a keepsake, Campbell expressed some reluctance. "Are you crazy?" she said with a laugh. "Why in the world would I pose for a picture with Cheryl Tiegs?"