The image of Ossoff used in the ad comes from a 2017 Reuters photo, but the ad appears to have lengthened and widened his nose, three graphic design experts told the Forward.

A Perdue campaign spokesperson told The Hill in a statement that the edit was “handled by an outside vendor” and “accidental” and that the photo was “immediately removed” from Facebook.

“In the graphic design process handled by an outside vendor, the photo was resized and a filter was applied, which appears to have caused an unintentional error that distorted the image,” the spokesperson said. “Obviously, this was accidental, but to ensure there is absolutely no confusion, we have immediately removed the image from Facebook.”