Instagram filtering has become the mobile equivalent of Photoshopping photos to hide imperfections or enhance one's appearance. Filter Fakers is on a mission to expose those who use the hashtag #nofilter (facetiously or otherwise) on filtered photos. The blog posts the photos, username, and captions of the photos along with the name of the filter they used and funny quips like "yesfilter," "liar liar," and "busted." Be careful, some people take this IG ish very seriously!

[via FilterFakers]

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