Travel Influencer Roasted Over 'Impossible' Photoshop Fail
“Are we sure she is real and not CGI? Everything is so fake.”
Instagram influencers use any number of photo-editing apps, professional programs and other tricks to glow-up their ‘grams.
But one influencer has gone viral for repeat Photoshop fails, namely, editing the same cloud formation into a bunch of her photos.
Travel blogger Tupi Saravia, who has over 280,000 followers on Instagram, came under fire when followers noticed the exact same cloud patterns in her pics.
Saravia has admitted to using the photo-editing app Quickshot, which has a feature called Sky Control that allows you to add clouds. While the app has a library of cloud formations to choose from, "I just happened to like that one," she told Buzzfeed.
Twitter has had a good old belly laugh over the editing fail:
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But the influencer says she is open about her use of editing software, telling Buzzfeed "I always tell [my followers] the apps I use.
The influencer, who has now set her account to private, seems genuinely confused at the backlash. "I really don't see the big deal [here], I never lied about it… I haven’t done anything wrong, and it was never my intention.
"Actually I'm the first one to tell the joke [that] the clouds are following me around the world."
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