Now we add our picture mountains. For do this go to File > Place and select the image of mountains.
Transform the image inserted as shown in the figure. Try to follow perspective picture with fog, so it will be easier. For a more beautiful location of the mountains, I tipped them at an angle 5.64. Note that the layer with the mountains must be above all the layers.
Add a layer mask to picture with the mountains by clicking on the icon mask in the Layers panel (See Step 7). Select the Brush Tool (B) on the toolbar. Set it to the following settings: Size: 100px. Hardness: 0% Opacity: 100% flow: 100%. Be sure to set the background color (the color that you will work) to black by pressing D on keyboard.
Select the layer mask by clicking on it. Using the brush, remove the excess from the picture as shown in Figure. Use a soft brush where there is a docking mountains with fog (decrease value Opacity: 30 -50 %) and a hard brush on the edges of the mountains (Hardness: 100%).
Now for the darker atmosphere add to the mountains of the adjustment layer Curves. In the window that appears, locate the curve, as shown in the figure. Move point slightly to the right s make more contrast picture.
Here is what the result was me.
I did not like the sky because it is marred, and I want a darker sky and heavy so I added some clouds. Go to File > Place and select the image of the darker sky.
Transform the clouds over the entire length figure put it upward as shown in the figure.
Now move the layer under the layer with the sky with a hazy landscape. So keep watch much easier to remove excess will hinder the sky in a landscape.
We need to remove some parts of the sky and clouds blurring sharp transitions in the fog. To do this add a layer mask to the sky.
Select the Brush Tool (B) on the toolbar. Set it to the following settings: Size: 100px. Hardness: 0% Opacity: 70% flow: 100%. Be sure to set the background color (the color that you will work) to black by pressing D on keyboard.
Now select the layer mask by clicking on it. Using the brush, remove the excess from the picture as shown in Figure.
Need to make a mountain closer with a clear structure, so add the mountain in the foreground. For do this go to File > Place and select the image of the mountain.
Now transform the mountain (If you are not in the mode of transformation, the short key Cmd /Ctrl+ T or go to Edit > Transform > Scale). First, we need to reflect it horizontally. Right click on the mountain and from the drop down list, select “Flip Horizontal”.
Need to tilt the mountain so that it looked more realistic. I tipped them at an angle 171.91. Increase the size of mountains and move it so that it turned up outside the working area. Apply the transformation by pressing “Enter” on keyboard or check mark next to the “rotation”.
Now remove the excess in a picture. Select Quick Selection Tool (W) in toolbar and select mountain.