Using Facebook new profile page layout people are customizing their profile page with creativity, The above image is one example. You can customize your Facebook profile as in the image by slicing a large photograph into small images using Photoshop or any other image editor and tag them accordingly to show as you want. If you don’t want to do all those slicing work, you have an easy method to slice it up and customize your Facebook profile page.
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The trick behind this Profile page is, the new Facebook profile page shows your tagged photos as a time line, using these 5 photos and one main profile pic you can show your large photograph as a background of your profile page.
First get a picture with the dimensions of 700px Width, 500px Height, by cropping or resizing any of your image which you want show. Then you can slice the large photo into small images using the following three methods.
Method 1: Open your photo in Adobe Photoshop or GIMP, then using slice tool and slice the main profile photo and other photos areas as shown in the image below.
Image Credit : Digital Inspiration
Method 2: If you are facing difficulties in slicing you can uses this ready made Adobe Photoshop PSD file and import your image as a new layer after opening the PSD file, then save image as Save for web, it will save all the sliced areas in to separate images. keep the required images into one folder.
Method 3: If you don’t have Photoshop or don’t know how to do all these things you can use PicCut, a web application and upload your image and click on Upload profile picture button that’s it, you will get sliced images and you can download all images as a ZIP file. Extract the ZIP file and keep the images ready.
Now upload the images into your Facebook photo album then make the big slice image as your profile pic, mentioned as main profile pic in the image above. Then tag the other small images in a sequence as shown in the image above.
That’s it, Now the profile page looks as shown in the image below.