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A Travel Influencer Got Called Out For Editing The Same Clouds Into Every Picture

A picture says a thousand words, and this saying could not be more true in today's age. People can be whoever they want to be on social media, and, with tons of photo editing apps out on the market, people can truly show whatever they want.

One influencer has been recently called out for editing the same clouds into her photos, and we're wondering how no one noticed until now?

Tupi Saravia is a popular travel Instagrammer from Argentina.

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She posts a lot of outdoorsy photos, especially beach pictures.

Suddenly, someone noticed something fishy about all her photos — there was something very common about all of them.

This Twitter user noticed that she edits the same cloud formations into her photos.

At first you don't see it, and then you do.

Of course, there is absolutely no harm in wanting to show a few extra fluffy clouds in your photos.

The question is just, why?

Tupi has been commenting on many of these posts, explaining that she does, in fact, use an app, and that her followers know that she uses it.

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She writes, "Its an app called QUICKSHOT that i’ve always been opened about with my followers, actually there is a highlighted story on my feed where you can see how I edit my followers pics changing the sky. No big deal, I use it for better composition in my pictures when the actual pic has a burt or overexposed sky♥️ can’t believe how far my clouds went, if you need some I can do a giveaway

So, there you have it. She just does it to simply add some extra jüj to her photos.

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People really don't seem to be concerned about it. Probably because she's always been open about using the app?

Do you edit anything into your photos without people noticing? Let us know!