Influencer responds to Photoshop accusations

An Instagram influencer caught some unwanted attention after several followers pointed out the photos she said she took in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris looked fake. Jess Hunt (@jesshunt2) posted a series of pictures posing in the same spot in front of the Eiffel Tower with the caption, "One of my fave cities". But her followers noticed something was a little off about the photos and accused Hunt of Photoshopping. There appears to be a slight green tint outlining Hunt in the photos — suggesting she might have used a green screen — . and several users pointed out that her feet look like they're "floating," especially in the first picture. The largest glaring error seems to be the shot of the Eiffel Tower in the back, which appears to have cars driving under it, which is impossible at the real-life Eiffel Tower. Followers were unimpressed with Hunt's post and had no qualms calling her out. "Can't unsee the Photoshop," a person wrote under the post. As of now, Hunt is sticking with her story. "These pictures weren't Photoshopped; I was genuinely there"