Now select Moon layer and Right Click > Blending Options. Check “Drop Shadow” and Blending Mode set to Multipy with black color, Angle 0, Distance 20, Spread 0 and Size 0. Go to Layer > Layer Style > Create Layer.
We have now created a separate layer of shadow and select that. Now use Transform Tool(Ctrl/Cmd + T) and go to the top, midle anchor point and drag it down as in picture below. Go to use Gaussian Blur Filters > Blur > Gaussian Blur and set to 4px. Opacity change to 85%.
We will now add some Light sources, create new layer abowe all and use Polygonal Lasso Tool(L) and start make selection like that.
Then use a Brush Tool(B) Round Brush with foreground color white and fill it.
Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur and set value to 160px. Opacity set to 10%.
Create another two layers and repeat the same procedure as in the previous step, but reduce the size, look at the pictures.
It should look like this
Add Adjustment Layer “Curves” and press Ctrl/Cmd + I to invert. Then use Brush Tool(B) Round Brush with foreground color White and erase this part. Opacity 22%
Add another Adjustment Layer “Curves” and repeat the same process.
Add Adjustment Layer “Color Lookup” and open the fly-out list and click FuturisticBleak.3DL and change the Blend Mode to Multipy with Opacity 20%.
Add Adjustment Layer “Curves”
Add Adjustment Layer “Selective Color” and change parameters for Reds and Neutrals
Add last Adjustment Layer “Curves” Blend Mode Soft Light with Opacity 35%.
And finally, everything should look like this.