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Megan Barton-Hanson Admits To Photoshopping Her Modelling Shots In Before And After Post

Megan Barton-Hanson has shared before and after photos of a recent modelling shoot to reveal how the pictures were "retouched" on Photoshop.

It comes after the Love Island star faced backlash from fans, who claimed she had heavily edited a modelling shot taken by photographer Jodie Morris.

And now the 25-year-old has defended herself, claiming the photos were edited to solely alter the "colour and grain" of her skin.

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Credit: Jodie Morris
Credit: Jodie Morris

Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Megan firmly denied airbrushing her skin or changing the shape of her face as she shared a series of pictures pointing out what was real and what had been edited following the shoot.

She wrote on the app: "I'm the first up to admit when I've had photos retouched slightly...

"That's why other people in the public eye don't admit to retouching or even face tuning themselves because of the backlash. I pride myself on being honest."

In the images, originally shared by photographer Jodie, Megan revealed the snapper's editing methods alongside pre and post Photoshopped shots.

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Jodie wrote over one photo: "After a few comments I've seen, I would like to show [Megan's] before and after pictures.

"She very much did look like this on the day. I actually pride myself on being quite a natural photographer I don't actually airbrush skin or change anyone's face.

"I only really colour tone and grain in photoshop. It's all good hair and make-up and good lighting and my camera skills by myself."

The photographer added that she is a fan of natural skin with freckles, blemishes and all the details that are often perceived as 'flaws' - including crow's feet.

Since shooting to fame on Love Island last year, Megan has been honest about previous surgical and non-surgical procedures she has undergone.

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Topics: Entertainment

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