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Straight from the camera, throwback to shooting the new @seafollyaustralia campaign x

A photo posted by Gigi Hadid (@gigihadid) on

Gigi Hadid doesn't have to rely on filters or Photoshop—this model's good looks are all her own!

The 22-year-old proved just this Monday when she shared a "Straight from the camera" (read: Not retouched!) throwback pic from her Seafolly Australia swimsuit campaign!

That Joe Jonas is one lucky fella! As you can see, Gigi curves are on point (no digital editing needed there!) and every strand of her hair is even falling perfectly into place. That, ladies and gents, is what you call photogenic!

Genetics are working in Gigi's favor, that's for sure, but her healthy, active lifestyle pays off, too. Thanks to that, she's "kinda had an easy time with the whole body image thing," she told E! News earlier this year. "...just because from the second I walked into IMG, I was like, 'This is what I wanna do with my career, but the one thing is that I'm not gonna lose a certain amount of weight. I'm not gonna be extremely skinny,'" she said. "I just don't want to do that."

"I've always been an athlete," she added. "I've always had a certain body type that I've always been happy with and I didn't wanna let that go for a career."

Gigi's mom, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Hadid, has encouraged both her and Bella Hadid not to get too caught up in whole modeling world. "It makes me sad that young women think they have to be bone skinny in order to get a job in the industry. It shouldn't be that way," she told Glamour magazine last year.

What  said Yolanda, is your health. "Without your health, you don't have anything," said the Bravo star, who has spoken publicly at length about her battle with Lyme disease. "I'm living proof for that. You can have money, you can have a beautiful house, you can have a great car, you can be married to the best guy or girl, but if you're not healthy, if you can't get out of bed in the morning, it all doesn't mean anything. That's always what I try to teach my girls—since a very early age—is to really love who they are on the inside, before anything."