Play with Photoshop or any image editor : If you are a photoshop user and want to customize your Facebook profile page. You need to get a image of 700 px (H) and 500 px (W) and cut in the dimensions shown below in the image.
Alternatively, you can download readymade PSD template and import your image as a new layer. Now go to option “File” and click on “Save for web” – this will save all cut images in a folder.
Now, upload all these images to you Facebook photo album and then tag them in the sequence shown below.
Set your base image or largest size image (200 x 500) to be your main profile image. And now tag the images from the image gallery with your name in the same sequence as shown below:
Source : digital inpiration
2) Profile – Maker : The above tutorial described by Amit Agarwal is great if you are well-versed with Photoshop, Gimp or any other image editors. But, slicing images in a perfect size is always not ben easy for me. And frankly, it’s difficult for a lazy person like me.
But, there are some tools and Facebook apps that allows you to customize your Facebook profile page easier than image.
One such app is Image – Maker – just upload the photo using “Upload photo” button, move the photo inside the frame and zoom to adjust it and click on “Create Profile” button to customize your Facebook photo page layout. Yes, you are done – no need to edit the photo or tag them in any sequence. This app will do it for you.
See, I just made my profile with this app.
3. Profile PhotosBar : With this application, you can customize your profile pictures and create a panoramic view to your FB Profile, in seconds. You can use collection of images already loaded in their app or just upload your image to create the effect. Check, what I have created with this app :
4. YourNewProfile : One of our reader named Sander dropped a link for this Facebook tool that allow you to customize your Facebook profile page. The funda is same – upload photo, move and resize it for better fit and make profile. Check, how you can pimp your profile with this tool like the way I did below.
5. picturize.me : A Microsoft Silverlight app that allows you to revamp your Facebook profile page in the same way that above apps worked. Upload image, scaling it and upload it to Facebook. You have to install Microsoft Silverlight plugin if its not installed on your computer, don’t worry it’s just matter of seconds.