‘Here’s your reality check!’ Influencer shows drastic impact ‘lighting and tensing’ can have on images as she shares both ‘perfect and relaxed pose’ to ‘normalise normal bodies’

  • Survival Of The Fittest’s Georgie Clarke shared two pictures to Instagram
  • One showed a ‘perfect’ social media snap and another featured her relaxed 
  • The reality TV star, 27,  from London, wants to ‘normalise normal bodies’

An influencer has been praised online for sharing the dramatic difference simple lighting and posing changes can have on photographs in a bid to ‘normalise normal bodies’.

Former Survival Of The Fittest’s Georgie Clarke, 27, from London, posted two images taken ‘one minute apart’ on her Instagram account this weekend – one showing a ‘perfect’ social media snap and another featuring her relaxed.

Flaunting her physique in a black lingerie set in both images, the reality TV star revealed she had to find the ‘best light, the most flattering angle and tense her stomach’ for the first photo.

In the second, which she hoped showed the ‘truth and reality behind the “perfect images”‘ on social media, Georgie showcased her natural features, including cellulite. 

Former Survival Of The Fittest’s Georgie Clarke, 27, from London, posted two images taken ‘one minute apart’ on her Instagram account this weekend – one showing a ‘perfect’ social media snap (pictured left) and another featuring her relaxed (pictured right)

She captioned the images: ‘One minute apart = both are for Instagram. On the left I am posed… On the right I am relaxed… Both images are beautiful and should be shared on this platform.

‘This comparison is to show you that someone who understands modelling will be able to create the image on the left but in reality and when relaxed is the image on the right.

‘The left image required: Find the best light, find the most flattering angle, tense bum, stand on tip toes, tense stomach, hold my breath. The right image require: Nothing, just relaxing and smiling.’

She continued: ‘Both images are for my Instagram because I believe both images show my true self.


Flaunting her physique in a black lingerie set in both of the images, the reality TV star revealed (pictured) she had to find the ‘best light, the most flattering angle and tense her stomach’ for the first photo

‘I want to be able to create beautiful images but I also want to show you the truth and reality behind the “perfect images” so here’s your reality check. Normalise normal bodies.’ 

This isn’t the first time the influencer, who boasts more than 652,000 followers on her Instagram, has promoted realistic body images.

Her fans were quick to praise the post, with one writing: ‘Thanks for sharing… I now feel my body is normal and beautiful too.’

This isn’t the first time the influencer, who boasts more than 652,000 followers on her Instagram, has promoted realistic body images (pictured)

Another said: ‘I developed a great acceptance of my body since I started following you! Thank you so much! You are beautiful!’

Writing on a previous post in which she showcased more ‘Instagram Vs Reality’ images, Georgie said: ‘Everybody posts their best shot, the photo they liked the best, that got their best angle and flattering lighting. And that’s okay.

‘However… When that’s all we see on social media, we forget that the reality still exists for everyone.

‘Just because people aren’t showing their stretch marks, cellulite, hip dips, lumps and bumps it doesn’t mean they don’t have them? It means they’ve chosen the highlight picture that concealed these things.’

Reaction: Her fans were quick to praise the post, with one writing: ‘Thanks for sharing… I now feel my body is normal and beautiful too.’

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