Tupi Saravia, a “social media influencer” from Buenos Aires, Argentina, was called out on social media after some fans noticed a bizarre similarity between a number of her photos. Saravia posts images from her travel across the world, but somehow the same clouds seem to follow her wherever she goes.
“This travel ‘influencer’ spookily has the same clouds in every photo,” Matt Navarra, a social media industry commentator and consultant wrote on Twitter.
Whether she is in the water, in a field, or on a boat, Saravia is suspiciously always under the same sky.
Check it out:
This travel ‘influencer’ spookily has the same clouds in every photo. 😲🤔😆 pic.twitter.com/uYzXhTiRJp
— Matt Navarra | 🚨 #StayAtHome (@MattNavarra) August 28, 2019
After catching some backlash, Saravia responded in Instagram comments to defend her photoshopping. She went as far to admit that she photoshops the sies for “better composition” and named the app that she uses.
But Saravia insists it is not a big deal.
“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,” Saravia wrote. “No big deal, I use it for better composition in my pictures when the actual pic has a burned or overexposed sky. Can’t believe how far my clouds went.”Instagram
Despite the obvious photoshopping, the travel blogger has amassed more than 293,000 followers on Instagram. She also has a YouTube channel with more than 5,000 subscribers. You can head on over to Tupi Saravia’s Instagram page and add to that follower count or check out additional photos below.