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19:50  30 august  2019
19:50  30 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Influencer criticized for editing the same clouds into her travel photos says she never tried to keep it a secret. A popular Instagram influencer has admitted that she edited her photos to add clouds in the background of her travel shots after comparisons of the pictures caused a stir on social media.

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Instagram influencer admits to editing the same clouds into her photos

  • Instagram influencer Tupi Saravia went viral after social-media users realized that she had the same cloud formation in many of her travel photos.
  • Saravia admitted to Insider that she sometimes edits the sky in her photos with the camera app Quickshot when it looks "burned or overexposed."
  • The travelinfluencer said she has always been open about editing with her 292,000 followers and was the first to "joke about the clouds following me around the world."
  • While Saravia is far from the only influencer to edit her photos, travel blogger Stephanie Van Hoeijen told Insider that she believes editing is misleading and contributes to "the culture of fakeness."
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A popular Instagram influencer has admitted that she edited her photos to add clouds in the background of her travel shots after comparisons of the pictures caused a stir on social media.

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Argentinian travel influencer Tupi Saravia is catching some heat for Photoshopping the same clouds into her Instagram photos , but she's no. In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Saravia admitted that she used an app called Quickshot to edit clouds " into images where the sky was burned or

Tupi Saravia went viral this week when Matt Navarra, who is a social-media industry commentator according to his Twitter account, posted a side-by-side comparison of four of the influencer's Instagram pictures. Two of the photos were tagged in Maya Beach and Koh Rok in Thailand. Another image shows Saravia driving a boat in Italy's Porto Santa Margherita. The fourth image, which doesn't have a location tag, showed her walking through green fields.

Four very different locations, with four completely identical sets of clouds.

Other social-media users began sharing the comparison and Saravia, of Buenos Aires, Argentina, soon found herself making headlines around the world.

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I’m Inspired by This Instagram Influencer Who Photoshopped the Same Clouds Into All Her Travel Pics. BuzzFeed reached out to the influencer , who copped to using “a photo - editing app to enhance or impose clouds into her photos if the camera can’t pick them up,” that includes a feature

Tupi Saravia told Insider that the identical clouds in her photos, achieved by an editing app, are no secret to her 292,000 followers

"I can't believe how far this went," she said in an email, adding the laughing crying emoji. "Actually, I'm the first one to tell the joke about the clouds that are following me around the world."

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Argentinian travel influencer Tupi Saravia is catching some heat this week for Photoshopping what appears to be the same cloud formation into quite a few of her Instagram photos . In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Saravia admitted that she used an app called Quickshot to edit clouds “ into

Influencer ’s holiday photos exposed over ‘spooky’ detail. Recently those photos went viral after someone noticed the same cloud appeared in her photos wherever in the world she was. But when contacted by BuzzFeed News after the photos went viral, Saravia confirmed they were edited .

Saravia said that she has always been open with her followers about the fact that she uses Quickshot, a photo-editing and camera app. The app includes the "Sky" feature, which allows users to "replace the sky in your photos with a new sky: blue skies, clouds, sunsets - even add northern lights to your pics," according to the app description.

Saravia told Insider that she only uses the app when the sky in her photo is "burned or overexposed."

"That's it," she added. "I've always been open to my followers about this kind of app!"

Saravia has since addressed the controversy on her own Instagram as well, commenting on one of her photos on Wednesday to defend herself.

"There is a highlighted story on my feed where you can see how I edit my followers pics changing the sky," she wrote. "If you need some, I can do a giveaway."

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Travel blogger Stephanie Van Hoeijen believes that editing the sky in a photo crosses the line

Van Hoeijen, who runs the Budget Bucket List blog and Instagram, was among those who shared the comparison of Saravia's photos on social media.

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This travel ‘ influencer ’ spookily has the same clouds in every photo . pic.twitter.com/uYzXhTiRJp. Now Tupi has spoken out about the debacle, showing transparency about her manipulation of photographs using an editing app called Quickshot.

Travel influencer Tupi Saravia–known as tupisaravia on Instagram –is being called out for Matt Navarra pointed out on Twitter how Saravia “spookily has the same clouds in every photo ” and Sure enough, Saravia does have the same exact cloud pattern in her photos , implying she Photoshops

"I was intrigued," she told Insider of the viral comparison. "Why would you go out and travel to see the world, to subsequently edit what you see and recreate a false reality for fellow travelers? Traveling is all about seeing the world, the real world."

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"I just don't appreciate the culture of fakeness," she added. "I wonder why the world isn't enough to show. Traveling is not all about glamour and beauty, cocktails at infinity pools and coconut sunsets...very often it's quite the opposite. And that's okay."

With the exception of adjusting light and color to benefit the resolution of a picture, Van Hoeijen doesn't believe it's ever OK for a travel blogger or Instagram influencer to edit their photos.

"To add entire new skies and/or even landscapes, that's alright as long as you list it under #fantasy and not #travel," she said. "Don't send people to fake places."

Van Hoeijen, who has been traveling full-time for the last five years, said she always photographs destinations as they are.

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The Instagram influencer who was called out for adding the same fake clouds to all her photos has been asked to work with a photo editing company to create a new 'cloud pack'

The Instagram influencer who was called out for adding the same fake clouds to all her photos has been asked to work with a photo editing company to create a new 'cloud pack' Influencer Tupi Saravia recently went viral after people noticed the clouds in a lot of her travel photos were all the same.

An Instagram travel influencer has defended herself after a hawk-eyed fan recently called out her photos for being a bit too picture-perfect, prompting the woman to admit that she edits them Some commenters couldn’t resist cracking a joke at the edited sight, while others didn’t think the stunt – and

"This travel ‘ influencer ’ spookily has the same clouds in every photo ," he wrote to his 50k Twitter followers, in a tweet which has since had over 6k retweets and Speaking to Cosmopolitan UK about the fuss over the clouds in her pictures, Tupi openly admitted to editing her photos , and using apps

"We all know what rain looks like, right?" she said. "Why pretend it's not there?"

Van Hoeijen said it's actually her photos that show the reality of traveling that have drawn the most readers to her blog.

"That's real life," she said. "Sometimes it's an exhilarating blast, sometimes stuff goes southwards. Straight-in-your-face honesty and cutting the bulls--- is the new black."

Saravia is far from the only influencer to edit the scenery in her photos on Instagram

In July, social-media users revealed that the popular image of a crystal-clear lake at the Pura Lempuyang Luhur complex in Bali was actually an illusion.

The photo op is created by a photographer who sits under an umbrella and holds a mirror underneath an iPhone to create the reflection.

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It was a revelation that shocked many tourists who had seen the popular image on the Instagram pages of numerous travel bloggers under the hashtag #GatesOfHeaven.

And in 2018 a number of Instagram influencers admitted to Photoshopping birds into their photos, claiming it was a valid artistic decision.

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"It's a creative take on the composition," travel blogger Sean Shanahan told Insider in 2018. "It simply creates more visual interest in the photo."

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