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Open stock with windows. I choose one to move into our main picture, place it on the left side of carrot house:
Duplicate it and move it to the right side, on the lower position. Remember to transform it to fit direction of carrot house:
Call them "window 1", "window 2".
Create two new layer under window ones. Use soft black brush with opacity about 40-50% paint along window contour to make shadow for them:
Make group for these windows and make a Hue/Saturation layer to change their color:
The window on the right side catches some light from background so it must be a bit brighter. Create a new layer and I use soft white brush to paint on its right side. Change the mode to Soft Light 100%:
Open fence stock. I only cut a small part of it, downsize and place it near the right side of carrot house:
Duplicate it twice and move them to the right:
Add layer mask to blend their bottom with the grass:
Call them "fence 1", "fence 2", "fence 3".
Come back to fence stock again. Cut a very small part and place it under fence ones:
Duplicate this part and move to the right:
Name them "fence 4", "fence 5". Apply Layer Style for these layers.
Create group for fence ones. Make a new layer under them and load their selection by holding Cmd/Ctrl+click +Shift:
Fill this selection with black then transform and lower opacity to 30%, apply Gassian Blur 2 px, to make shadow for them ( I won't say in detail as you can look at previous steps as reference).
Use a Color Balance layer to add a light yellow tone for the fence:
Make a new layer ( within fence group) and use soft white brush to brighten more the edges of the fence. I set the mode as Soft Light 100%:
New layer again and I change brush color to black. Paint on fence bottom and change mode to Multipy 30%:
Open bunny 1 stock. First use your favorite method to extract and copy him into a new layer.
Make a new layer and use Smudge Tool to create the fur for this bunny with same method done in step 1. I make a new layer between bunny and background and fill with dark green to make you see the result more obviously:
Merge extracted bunny and smudge layer. Move it into our main picture, resize and place him at the right edge of foreground:
Add layer mask and blend him with the grass:
Make a Color Balance layer ( Clipping Mask) to change his color :
Create a new layer and I use Dodge and Burn Tool with similar method in step 19 to change bunny contrast and add some light as he looks flat.
Create a layer under bunny 1 one. Use soft black brush to paint along his body to the front leg and lower opacity to 30%. Call it "bunny 1 shadow 1":
Make another shadow of bunny 1 on the grass with our familiar technique ( Normal mode 30%) :
Cut bunny 2 and make his fur as done with bunny 1. Place him at the left of foreground and blend him with layer mask:
Make two shadows for this bunny as we did in step 30:
I add a Color Balance layer with Clipping Mask for bunny 2:
A Dodge and Burn layer to brighten and change contrast: