The @WePhotoshoppedWhat Instagram account won't let even the slightest digital alteration slide. From celebrities to fashion bloggers to people who just want to appear skinnier, the account is on a mission to point out which elements of a photo have been re-touched.

The person behind @WePhotoshoppedWhat (who remains anonymous) insists that she created the account with noble intentions. "I see it’s opened up a lot of discussion on body acceptance and hopefully these bloggers can see that it’s okay to showcase their real selves," she told Buzzfeed. She believes that the altered images create unrealistic beauty expectations for young girls. 

Danielle Bernstein of the fashion blog We Wore What, whose own images have appeared multiple times on @WePhotoshoppedWhat, called the Instagram account "so mean and unnecessary." She owned up to her use of Photoshop, but countered, "Most people I know including other bloggers and anyone that puts content out to the public everyday has editing involved in photos." Bernstein wishes the account would contact her privately and said publicly posting the pictures is "malicious."

Photoshopping images has become a routine practice in the fashion industry, so it's no wonder regular people are following suit. If huge corporations, like Target, can't even get away with altering images, though, this Instagram account should have no problem finding fodder for future posts. 

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[via Buzzfeed]