In a prime example of the handiness of Insta's zoom feature, many eagle-eyed fans are calling Jenner out on what looks like a poor editing job.
"Anyone saw that straight line curve at the end of her arms? Just
Someone else pointed out the background as proof of editing: "You can see the machine behind you is wonky and blurry," they wrote.
And over in the Twittersphere, the speculators are even more savage.
That photo of Kris Jenner on Instagram 😂😂 can't deal with that photoshop. How obvious do they want to make the editing— Courts (@courtneymarch) June 23, 2017
And because the Kardashian-Jenner clan always seems to be in the news for Photoshop these days, we'll go ahead and mention that Kim Kardashian revealed earlier this week that she thinks those paparazzi pics from earlier this spring showing off her cellulite were edited to make her look "awful."
“I saw these awful photos of myself when I was on a trip to Mexico and people were Photoshopping them and sharpening them," she said on The View. "And then the worst photo — I definitely wasn’t in the best shape.”
While fans at first were delighted to see that Kardashian was, in fact, a human with perfectly normal cellulite, fans are now upset that she's perpetuating the notion that cellulite is ugly or harmful.
We can take one thing away from this experience: Good or bad, the Kardashians are most likely living and breathing by photo editing.
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