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Use Lasso Tool (L) to select watches that you like. In the picture you can see that I used. Select Move Tool (V) (hold Cmd/Ctrl to switch on this tool) grab the selected watches and drag them into your document with photo manipulation.
Resize watches that it were a little bigger and rotate it (Transform Tool (Cmd/Ctrl + T)). I decided to place the clock in the upper right of the image to give a balance picture (lots of different things in the lower part) and entice the viewer and make him look at the objects around (ie, an element of stimulus). Also in the bottom left corner I'll add a monocle, and the circle should not be on the same level, so as not to make the symmetry.
Yes, yes. Again, the same style. Without it anywhere :) Add style "Drop Shadow " (Layer > Layer Style > Drop Shadow) with settings, as shown in image. I cannot apply a style to a group of objects, because the shadow will be different for each object.
Open monocle image (Cmd/Ctrl + O). Select a monocle, used Lasso Tool (L), which do you like more. I chose the dark with dark chain. And drag it (Move tool (V)) into your document.
Resize monocle that it were a bigger (Transform Tool (Cmd/Ctrl + T)). And now we twirled chain. Go to Edit > Puppet Warp. Do not be frightened and put 5 points along the entire length of the chain. Put the last point at the junction of the monocle and chain to prevent its transformation and movement. Move each point to twirl chain, but make sure that the links do not become broader and larger. Apply transformation, by press "Enter".
Now you need to position the monocle to create the optical illusion of a magnifying glass (why create unnecessary if you can use the built environment). Move monocle (Move tool (V)) to a glass monocle fell chin face with a postage stamp.
But in this time the shadow of the monocle you have to do manually, because the style will fill magnifying glass a shade, and it will be bad. Crate a New Layer (Cmd/Ctrl+ Shift+ N) above the layer with a monocle and select monocle (hold Cmd/Ctrl + click on monocle layer). Inverse selection (Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + I), Use Brush Tool (B) (Size: 35px, Opacity: 50%, Hardness: 0%, Color: # 4f3828). Draw a shadow around the monocle and make it a little more in the bottom of the monocle (because the spot light is coming from the upper left corner).