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Create This Epic Manipulation of Ancient Scandinavians in Photoshop

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Step 28

Then click on the icon in the layer mask to remove all that not allocated.

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Step 29

Now for the darker atmosphere add to the mountains of the adjustment layer Exposure. Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Exposure or clicking on the icon in the Layers panel and select “Exposure” from the list.

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Step 30

Here is the result.

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Step 31

Now create a promontory on which model will post later. In this part of the work will have a little tinker with layer masks and transformation pieces hill. I liked the texture of this hill, so I did not add any other, and has done everything from a single photo. Now let’s start creating our promontory. Create a new group or clicking the icon of the group in the Layers palette and name it “promontory”.

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Step 32

Now I have added a picture of the promontory. Go to File > Open or the short key Cmd /Ctrl+ O and select the image of the promontory.

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Step 33

Select Quick Selection Tool (W) in toolbar and select mountain.

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Step 34

Select Move Tool (V), grab a selected part of image, and drag it to the tab with our work.

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Step 35

Now transform this hill press the short key Cmd /Ctrl+ T or go to Edit > Transform > Scale. Reduce its size as shown in Figure.

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Now do not exert them using flip the image horizontally. Right click in the window and select Flip Horizontal or go to Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal.

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Position the image as shown in the figure. Always make sure to smooth edge of the image does not appear in the work, and leave a little of the landscape at the bottom of the slope

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Step 36

Add a layer mask to the layer with slope. 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.
Remove the extra parts of the image as shown in Figure.

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Step 37

Now duplicate this layer (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ J).

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Step 38

Flip Horizontal this fragment. Go to Edit > Transform > Flip Horizontal. Now dip the image with break as shown in the figure. Need to part with the relief was a continuation of the first fragment.

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Step 39

Highlight the layer mask. Select the Brush Tool (B) on the toolbar. Set it to the following settings: Size: 80px. Hardness: 0% Opacity: 60% flow: 100%.

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Remove the extra part. Then set the brush hardness by 70% and make the edge of the cliff clearer, removing unnecessary.

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Step 40

Duplicate the first layer (the short key Cmd/Ctrl+ J) of a cliff and move it above all others in this group. Place it so that it became a continuation of the rock

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I also added a layer mask to it and removed several pieces that did not seem the same type of relief. Layer mask, which I dubbed I removed. Brush settings remain the same (Size: 80px. Hardness: 0% Opacity: 60% flow: 100%).

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Step 42

The remaining three layers close gaps and give a smoother appearance rock. Duplicate three more times with the first layer of rock. Move them as shown in the figure.

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