No problem Bailey. I followed this YouTube video tutorial. It was done in PS but can be done the exact same way in PSE. It was just a bit of fun. There are other ways of doing this but this way is non-destructive which I liked.
I finally had a chance to watch the tutorial. Thanks for sharing. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it is.
But the only thing messing with my eyes and brain when I look at your and Blackmutt's image is that the sliced text is offset a little but the rest of the image above or below the slice/cut is not. It doesn't look totally natural to me.
I will have to have a play with this technique to see if I can also offset the rest of the image on either side of the cut by the same amount of the text offset.
Bailey - I believe offsetting is what makes it look so good. However, not everyone likes things to look the same way, that’s why one takes a tutorial and makes it his own. Looking forward to seeing your version.
Bailey I believe the text is offset in order to emphasize that it is sliced. It is offset in the tutorial too. I can’t say it looks odd to me but that could be because I’m not understanding exactly what you mean. I’m wondering if you mean the background should also be sliced like this… if not,then I'm at a loss to know what doesn't look right to you.
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