Make a group for the lines and create a Curves adjustment layer to make the side of the lines which comes towards the light brighter. Paint on the rest so they won’t be affected by this adjustment layer.
Cut out the lamp and add it to the our working document. Duplicate it several times and place them below the lines and two on the ground. Vary the lamp’s sizes to fit the size of the lines.
Apply a Gaussian Blur of 8 px to the biggest lamp to fit the softness of the line above.
Create a new layer below the lamps. Use a soft brush with the color #0d0d0d, the opacity about 34% to paint shadow for the lamps reflected on the ground. Make them long due to the distance from the lamps to the ground.
Use the Burn Tool on a new layer to darken a lamp on the ground.
Make a group for the lamps and their shadow one. Add a Curves adjustment layer to brighten the lamps and on this layer mask, use a soft black brush to erase the hidden sides of the lamps so they won’t be brightened by this adjustment layer.
Create a Levels adjustment layer with the same purposes. The selected areas show where to paint on the layer mask.
Make another Curves adjustment layer and decrease the lightness on the hidden sides of the lamps. Paint on the rest to keep its lightness.
Make a new layers and use the Lasso Tool to draw two broken shapes on the lamps on the ground.
On each of these layers, use the Burn Tool to increase the deep inside the holes mentioned above.
Open the broken bulb image (feel free to use your own image). Use the Quick Selection Tool (W) to select different pieces and add them around two bulbs on the ground. Use layer mask if needed to remove any unwanted details.
Create a new layer below the broken pieces ones and use a soft brush with the color #171617, the opacity about 20% to paint shadow for these pieces on the ground.
Create a group for the broken pieces and use a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer within this group. Bring the Saturation values down to -76:
Make a Curves adjustment layer to darken the pieces. On the layer mask, paint on the details you feel too dark to reveal the lightness there.
Create a Gradient Map adjustment layer on top of the layers and pick the colors #251706 and #a9f3fa. Lower the opacity of this layer to 50%.
Make Color Balance adjustment layer and alter the Midtones settings:
Add a Color Fill layer and pick the color #091f2a. Lower the opacity of this layer to 40% and on the layer mask, paint on the model area to reduce the dark effect there.
Create a Photo Filter adjustment layer and pick the color #7a9dd9.
Make a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer to increase the brightness of the scene a bit. Paint around the sides/edges to keep their contrast, leaving the effect visible only around the model’s head.
Create a Curves adjustment layer to darken the sides of the scene. Paint on the middle to keep its brightness.
Make a new layer and activate the Gradient Tool (G) and select Radial Gradient with default colors (black and white). Drag a line from the middle to the left (or right) of the canvas to get a result like below: