Photoshop is towards all the pieces Ashley Graham stands for, so when commenters flooded her Instagram with accusations that her newest journal cowl was closely edited, Graham knew to promptly put everybody of their place. On Thursday, the 30-year-old took to Instagram to share her February cowl for Cosmopolitan Russia with a not-so-subtle disclaimer that not an inch of her physique was photoshopped.
Graham fired again at critics—who she sarcastically labeled as “Photoshop specialists—in her Instagram caption, which took intention on the many Photoshop accusations she anticipated to see in her feedback. She wasn’t incorrect—Graham was inundated with dozens of feedback that accused Cosmopolitan Russia of photoshopping her waist and arms.
Critics particularly pointed to Graham’s left arm, which regarded noticeably smaller than her proper. “Im sorry but it seems to me you are missing half of your arm.. ” one commenter wrote. Another added, “It really looked photoshopped.”
Graham defined that her proportions within the image had been as a result of angles she posed in—not Photoshop. She additionally assured followers that “no one slimmed [her] down” on the photoshoot, which promoted her denim assortment with designer Marina Rinaldi.
“earlier than the photoshopping specialists begin commenting- nobody slimmed me down. it’s angles folks ” Graham wrote.
Though folks nonetheless have their opinions within the feedback (not everyone seems to be shopping for Graham’s disclaimer), it’s greatest to consider her. If Graham says her image isn’t photoshopped, it isn’t photoshopped. Case closed.