A beautiful sunrise. A delicious dinner. The ocean. Flowers. Your own face.
Instagram is a wealth of all kinds of photos.
Ever notice the hashtags at the bottom? Have you ever see the #NoFilter tag? We’ve “filter shamed” here on Business Insider before — please don’t use a filter when Instagramming any kind of serious weather, meteorologists — but a new website is here to debunk the cold, hard, truth.
There are a lot of liars out there on the world wide web, and the worst ones lie about their filter selection on Instagram.
People love using the #NoFilter hashtag on Instagram. It’s a way of saying “hey, look at me, I’m a great photographer on Instagram and I don’t need to edit my photos,” which is fine, unless you edited them. Which is also fine, because this is just a fun social network and has little to no bearing on your life, but no one likes a liar, come on.
Based on the amount of photos uploaded daily (about 40 million, according to Filter Fakers), means there have to be a handful of cheaters out there.
Now you know who they are.
This girl even has a #NoFilter tee-shirt, and tagged her photo as #NoFilter! That is shameless.
They even provided a handy guide to help you catch a cheater yourself.
Take a look. Filter Fakers takes you through the standard Instagram filters and shows you what they look like compared to a normal photo. Ryan Gosling is the guinea pig.
And if you suspect a friend has been up to no good on the photo-sharing platform, you can submit their photo to be debunked by Filter Fakers.
I tried it myself.
I uploaded a photo I took, tagged it #NoFilter and then put a filter on it anyway. Then I put the link into the box above.
Filterfakers is the fourth project from Kinda like a big deal.
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