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Add a layer mask to it and then hide all the parts of the waterfall 1 layer except its top part (peak) using the same brush settings in the previous step. Here are the results with the added part of the waterfall 1 image.
You may also notice that the left part of the document is still empty. So let's add some more stock to the document. Add the mountain 2 image below the mountain 1 layer. I am hiding the visibility for the rest of the layers so you can clearly see how I placed the mountain 2 images.
Here are results with all layers.
Add a layer mask to mountain 1 layer and using a soft round black brush hide the highlighted red parts of mountain 1.
Here are the results. Don't worry about the rough masking, we'll blend them in the next couple of steps. I am leaving some parts because we'll fill up all the parts using waterfall stocks. If you don't want to leave them then mask it as well and further you can use the mountain 1 layer below parts when you feel that I need some more parts of the mountain 1 layer.
Add the waterfall 2 image below the mountain 1 layer but above the mountain 2. Resize it using the transform tool (CTRL + T), so we get the waterfall. You may also notice I am placing it below the mountain 1 layer so I can cover rough masking parts of the mountain 1 layer. Since both images parts match each other therefore we are free to add any parts either of waterfall or mountain 1 layer. That we'll make the blending easier.
Add layer mask to the mountain 2 layer. Using a soft round black brush hide the highlighted part of waterfall 2 image to blend it properly.
Here are the results
I need some more parts of mountain 1 layer over the waterfall 2 layer to cover it up. To do this, duplicate the mountain 1 layer by pressing (CTRL + J) on keyboard. Move it little bit to left as shown in the image below.
Hide all the parts of the mountain 1 layer using layer mask but keep some parts above the waterfall 2. Here you can see how I covered it over the waterfall 2 layer.
As you can see in the previous step I've kept some parts of waterfall 2 (hard edges) and to blend it we'll use the same waterfall 2 image. So place the waterfall 2 image again (above waterfall 2 layer) and this time transform it shown in the image below as we only want the bush parts of this image. Also, name it 'Waterfall 2 again'