Anyone can fly in the Zero G “vomit comet,” as long as the $5,000 per person sticker price is not at all shocking. For its 2014 Swimsuit Edition, Sports Illustrated decided to do just that, and brought supermodel Kate Upton along to take a snap some pics.
Those periods of weightlessness result whenever the flight arrives at the top of each parabolic arc that it takes. Whenever it reached the top, Sports Illustrated took out its cameras and Kate Upton went to work.
— SI Swimsuit (@SI_Swimsuit) February 18, 2014
Imagine the regular chaos that goes into a photoshoot: makeup changes, making sure the props are placed properly, lighting conditions, and more. Then remember that everything is floating everywhere. If you begin to grasp as to how difficult the photoshoot must have been, you are not alone.
Even so, it must have made for a memorable experience. There are worse things than photographing Kate Upton. You can watch the videos below for more, and if you want to see the results, Sports Illustrated has them.
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