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Alexandre Oudin, who worked in Paris consulting firm recognized many bloggers as the pioneers of the phenomenon of young art. Oudin main profile photo showing the right side of his face. Then each of the five 'thumbnails' to form the scale pieces of photo eyes, nose and hair. All depictions that form the composite are amazing.
"I use Photoshop and play a little privacy settings up , "said Oudin. "I just want to have fun with the new profile."
Login to your Facebook account on computer
1. Take a screenshot of your current Facebook page.
2. Create a new Photoshop file or [Ctrl] + [N].
3. Grab the Slice tool and select around the pictures.
4. With the Marquee tool, select around the sliced areas.
5. Bring the image that you want on Facebook into Photoshop and position it roughly the way you want it.
6. Drag the image layer under the Facebook layer and refine your positioning.
7. Go to [File] >> select [Save for web and devices] >> select all your document area >> click [Jpeg, set the quality to 100%] >> then save it. Under slices select [All user slices].
8. Upload your pictures to Facebook and tag them from last to first. When you get to the first picture click ,
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