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Preview of the Final Result
Step 1Create a new 1666x1697 px document in Photoshop and fill it with white. Open the background image and drag it into the white canvas using the Move Tool (V).
Step 2We'll remove one detail on the door as it looks messy through the transparent dress of the model. Hit Ctrl+Shift+N to make a new layer and activate the Clone Tool (S). Use this tool to erase the indicated detail.
Step 3Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance and change the Midtones and Highlights values to give the background some warm tone.
Step 4We'll be making a dark scene so the background should be darker. Create a Curves adjustment layer and reduce the lightness. On this layer mask, activate the Brush Tool (B) and select a soft round one with black color. Use this brush to erase the dark effect on both sides of the top of the wall and the lower right as we aim to make some light on these areas.
Step 5Make another Curves adjustment layer to make the background, especially the door darker and mostly hidden in the shadow. On the layer mask, paint on the both sides of the wall to reveal the lightness there.
Isolate the model and place her on the area near the middle of the foreground.Click the second icon at the bottom of the Layers panel to add a mask to this layer. Use a medium-soft black brush to reduce the opacity of the model's dress , make it appear semi-transparent but leave the wrinkles more visible than the rest.