Make skin look perfect in one-click with these AI-powered Photoshop actions.
Add a mask to this layer to reduce the sky's visibility and blend it with the existing one.
Create a Curves adjustment layer (set as Clipping Mask) to darken the mountains area.
Add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to desaturate the mountains. Decrease the Saturation values to -100.
Open the sky 2 image and place it over the sky of the landscape 1 image.
Change this layer mask to Soft Light 100% and add a mask to this layer. Use a soft black brush to remove the part covered the ground and mountains.
Open the soil image. I've chosen the image 26 but feel free to take your own. Use the Rectangular Marquee Tool (M) to select the part on the bottom and add it to the part below the landscape 1 image. Use Ctrl+T to make this part thinner. Set this layer on top of the layers.
Add a mask to this layer and use a hard black brush to erase the hard edges and trim the contour of this part to make it look more natural.
Create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer (set as Clipping Mask) and change the Saturation values to -77.
Make a Color Balance adjustment layer and alter the Midtones settings.
Add a Curves adjustment layer to darken the soil's part.
Make a new layer and use a soft brush with the color #8e9294 to paint on the bottom of the soil. Change this layer mask to Color 100% and use a layer mask to reduce this effect on the top of the soil.
Open the moon image and isolate it from the dark background . Move it to the underground and place it in the space between the trees.
Double click the moon layer, choose Outer Glow. Set the color of glow to #f8f6f0 to add some glowing light outside the moon.
Make a Curves adjustment layer to increase the glowing light on the moon.
Open the birds 1 image and isolate them from the white background using the Magic Wand Tool (W) or any tools you're familiar with. Take different birds to add to the moon area and to the area near the sun above. Change the size of the birds to make their position in the different distances from the viewer. This way is to make some depth of the whole scene.