Step 2.

Now we will offset the image by using Photoshops own offset filter. You can find it in the menu: Filter / Other / Offset. Click on the preview box so that you may see your results to better understand while you are working. Click on the radio button "Wrap Around". This will wrap the image around to the other side on the document where the offset forces it off the edge. Enter a number for the horizontal. Enter a number for the vertical. The number dosen't matter much, it just affects the amount the image will be offset. We try to get a good offset with the number we picked so that our image has moved enough for us to access a new area on it. Now you may choose to alter your offset respectively.

Now that the image has been offset and we can say ok and see our results.

Step 3.



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