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Once youâ€™ve finished selecting the image, let us now move this pile of rocks to the canvas. Once it is in the canvas, rename that layer to â€œhill under the seaâ€.
Now activate the Polygonal Lasso tool (L) for we are going to take away a part of this huge hill to as not to distract the viewerâ€™s attention to the center of the image.
Next we would be erasing some parts of the â€œhill under the seaâ€ layer to make it look like it really is underwater. Activate the Eraser tool (E) and input the values below:
- Brush size: 700 px
- Hardness: 0%
- Opacity: 100%
- Flow: 100%
Now, we would need to reduce the Saturation of the hill, because its red color is quite distracting. Click on the â€œhill under the seaâ€ layer and then from the menu bar go to Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation or simply press Ctrl/Cmd + U while the â€œhill under the seaâ€ layer is selected. When the Hue/Saturation box opens, input the following values:
- Edit: Master
- Hue: 0
- Saturation: - 35
- Lightness: 0
Next, what we need to do is we would need to create another hill without using another stock image. To make that happen, we just need to duplicate our â€œhill under the seaâ€ layer by pressing â€œCtrl/Cmd + Jâ€ then activate the Transform tool (Ctrl/Cmd +T) , right click on the canvas and pick â€œFlip Horizontalâ€ from the contextual menu. When you have flipped it, activate the Transform tool once again and resize the duplicated layer and erase its region below. Note: Use the same Eraser tool values above.
Now we will be adding another stock image and this image would serve as our water texture. Open 36â€¦Underwater stock and move it to our canvas, and then rename the layer to â€œwater textureâ€ and then put this layer above all the layers on this step. Transform it as needed. See image below:
Obviously, the waves from the stock image are very distracting, so we would need to remove it. To do that, activate the Clone Stamp tool (S) and use the following values:
- Brush size: 600 px
- Mode: Normal
- Flow: 100%
Now that weâ€™re done, letâ€™s group the layers that weâ€™ve created. Select the layers: â€œisland belowâ€, â€œhill under the seaâ€, and the duplicated â€œhill under the seaâ€ layer and then press Ctrl/Cmd + G to group them. You may also try pressing the folder icon on the Layer window which is the Create a New Group button and then drag the layers for this step on to that group. When youâ€™re done rename the group to â€œUnder the seaâ€