When Johanna Olsson shared snaps from a recent trip to Paris, it was clear that some of the backgrounds didn't quite match up.
Johanna – who hails from Sweden – had superimposed herself into some scenes, while others had been edited to make them more Instagram-worthy.
In one image, the 28-year-old can be seen standing on a walkway overlooking the River Seine.
It all looks very aspirational – until you realise that she appears to be levitating.
Another photo shows her posing on a wall in front of the Eiffel Tower. However, the moody sunset behind her has been enhanced.
When you look closely at a picture of Johanna enjoying a glass of wine at an outdoor restaurant, you can see a subtle white line around her body.
This suggests that she's been Photoshopped in.
She also seems to have added more trees into the backdrop.
After the suspicious-looking snaps were pulled apart by Swedish media organisations, Johanna took to her Instagram Story to admit that she'd done a bit of editing.
She said: "I wanted to talk a little bit about the pictures I posted in Paris.
"So I did one picture, shot it and didn't think it looked that nice… so I took a different background and put the background into it.
"And when I put it up nobody noticed so I thought, this is good.
"So I admit it wasn't my finest Photoshop skills. Now in Sweden this thing has gone crazy and TV shows want me to come on and talk about my 'fake travelling'.
"It's a bit ridiculous, I think. There are a lot of influencers out there that Photoshop in birds, rainbows or crazy skies and I could do that but I don't like that.
"I just wanted to make that clear that I was in Paris, but I did Photoshop the background, but I'm not going to take them down because it's a collaboration.
"And they're nice pictures – it's a good outfit!"
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