Khloe Kardashian Shares New Batch Of "Unedited" Bikini Photos

She recently shared pictures of her body that appeared to be flawless, but she has acknowledged in the past that she uses filters to enhance her photos.

On Tuesday, Khloe Kardashian received praise for posting a series of photographs that were unedited and showed some cellulite.

Khloe, who is 38 years old, appeared stunning in the alluring photos, which featured her in a grey bikini on a concrete patio. She showcased her toned abdomen and posterior, posing with one leg bent and her long hair flowing down her back.

The photographer for the pictures was Kendall Jenner, her younger sister.

In the caption, Khloe tagged Kendall as she wrote: "When your sister knows your angles."

Fans praised Khloe in the comments for sharing "natural" photos that showcased her, including her "flaws."

"Yas! A Kardashian with cellulite! I love this more natural version of you Koko!" a fan gushed.

"I love a natural pic!" another gushed.

"Bravo. Finally, I real picture without retouching it," another wrote with applauding emojis.

"I love that this is raw and shows that she's got some texture and cellulite! It's always refreshing when Celebs don't over edit their photos. MORE of this," another said.

"Is it just me or do the pictures actually look untouched/unedited?" another commented.

Just one day prior to sharing the latest set of bikini photos, Khloe had posted flawless pictures of herself wearing the same bikini, captioning it with a heart emoji.

After an unedited bikini photo of her went viral in April 2021, Khloe had admitted to being fond of "a good filter, good lighting, and an edit here and there."

Following the circulation of the unedited picture, reports emerged that Khloe and her family were making an extraordinary effort to remove any copies of it from the internet.

Several days after the controversy, Khloe spoke out on Instagram and shared live videos of herself to demonstrate that her body had not been photoshopped.

Afterward, she released a lengthy statement in which she discussed the challenges of being in the public eye and having her body scrutinized in minute detail.

The star of Keeping Up With the Kardashians also disclosed that she found the constant criticism and comparison to her sisters, Kim and Kourtney, to be overwhelming, resulting in persistent mockery and criticism.

Part of her message said: "As someone who has struggled with body image her whole life, when someone takes a photo of you that isn't flattering in bad lighting or doesn't capture your body the way it is after working so hard to get it to this point — and then shares it to the world, you should have every right to ask for it to not be shared, regardless of who you are."

Khloe had admitted to airbrushing her photos in 2016, stating in an interview with People: "Of course I believe in airbrushing apps, I just think airbrushing apps, like who doesn't want to airbrush a thing here or there."

"I love FaceTune, that one's great. I don't really know of many more, but a filter, that's like airbrushing. Who doesn't love a good filter? Sometimes you're having a bad day."

Additionally, Khloe acknowledged that she prefers using filters to apply different tones to her photos.

"I don't want to see everybody in color. I need a black and white filter sometimes."