Ok, im not going to argue how you would react since it would be idoitic of me to say I know you better than yourself, but I will say you should at least understand how someone could find that offensive(slightly.. i did take offense but its not like I cursed you out here.. i just made a sarcastic reply). But whatever, I'm past that.
Let me just specify this though. If you want to know, here.
1) 3 layers with various shadowing effects to try to get the "rangers" text carved into the wood, and a few cuts so it doesnt bridge the gaps.
2) Each picture individually warped/liquified so as to attempt to look 3d/pinned on there
3) Several hue/level adjustment layers for both the pics and BG separately to match a specific tone.
4) Grungy texture applied individually to each picture and again to the BG separately given it some more very slight texture.
5) Shadowing under each pic to give it depth from the bg. has various slight glows/shadows to pop them out from the bg
6) Gradients on overlay on the individual pics and then BG separately to give it more of an overall lighting scheme.
7) Added in some tacks to show them pinned to the board.
8) Recreated low res logo in illustrator (well, did this for another one) and eliminated the stroke very cleanly to slim it down.
9) Then a lighting effect on it.
and of course toying around with those and the arrangement/sizes and such.
Theres a difference between subtle work to get a specific look and no work. I think the comparison pic (to clarify that.. the above pics I posted were strictly copy/paste as you thought it was beneath the finished one) illustrates that. It is not in fact a background , 5 copy/paste commands and then saved to the desktop.
Although ill say faint textures, shadowing and such are probably hard to make out on the shrunk down previw pic i posted as the main image (link to full size HD widescreen below it which is the size its meant to be on a pc).