00:00:10 Stock download links are in the description. 00:00:15 Lets get started. 00:00:17 Lets zoom in using the Zoom Tool. (Z) 00:00:22 Select the Polygonal Lasso Tool. (L) 00:00:26 I'm going to select some of the castle. 00:00:31 Hold Spacebar while dragging to select the Hand Tool. 00:00:35 Leave some of the rocks, we'll later blend them into our main project. 00:00:39 You can select the entire castle. (Optional) 00:00:42 For this part, I will only select parts of the castle. 00:00:47 00:00:54 Once the entire selection is made. Select the Move Tool. (V) 00:00:59 Drag and drop it onto our main background. 00:01:03 Select the Magic Eraser Tool. (E) 00:01:09 Click on the extra sky, that we no longer need. 00:01:14 Select the Move Tool again. (V) 00:01:19 Position the castle on the top of the cliff, like so. 00:01:28 Select Mask down at the bottom. 00:01:32 Zoom in onto our castle, using the Zoom Tool. (Z) 00:01:36 Spacebar to select the Hand Tool. 00:01:40 Make sure your foreground color is black. 00:01:43 Select the Brush Tool. (B) 00:01:46 Select a brush with soft edges. 00:01:49 Take your time and blend the rocks together. 00:01:57 Bring down the Brush opacity level – About 10%. 00:02:02 Continue Blending the rocks together. 00:02:12 Bring the Brush opacity back up to 100%. 00:02:17 CTRL + 0 to Zoom back out. 00:02:21 Lets rename the Castle layer to Castle. 00:02:25 Create a new layer, rename it to Castle Shadow. 00:02:33 Zoom back in, using your Zoom Tool. (Z) 00:02:39 Select the Brush Tool. (B) 00:02:42 Your brush opacity level, should be about 10%. 00:02:46 Carefully add shadows like so. 00:02:55 CTRL + 0 to Zoom back out. 00:02:59 Create a new adjustment layer – Hue/Saturation. 00:03:05 Saturation – 40%. 00:03:11 Lightness – 40. 00:03:15 Then close. 00:03:18 I'm going to be adding a moon. 00:03:21 Select the Move Tool. (V) 00:03:24 Drag and drop onto your main project. 00:03:28 CTRL + T to select the moon image. 00:03:31 Right click – Flip Horizontal. 00:03:35 Position it as you'd like. 00:03:39 Resize it as needed. 00:03:44 Change the Blending Mode to Color Dodge. 00:03:50 Enter to accept changes. 00:03:54 Select the Eraser Tool. 00:03:59 Select a brush with soft edges. 00:04:01 Start deleting un-needed areas. 00:04:04 I'm going to add a cliff. 00:04:07 Select the Move Tool. (V) 00:04:10 Drag and drop onto our main project. 00:04:14 I'm going to position the cliff on the bottom right. 00:04:22 I'm going to add the model now. 00:04:26 You can use the rock that she's standing on. (Optional) 00:04:30 Lets zoom in using the Zoom Tool. (Z) 00:04:35 You can cut out the model, using the Quick Selection Tool, or Pen Tool. 00:04:39 I will be using the Pen Tool. (P) 00:04:45 00:04:49 I will speed this part up, since it's very time consuming. 00:04:52 Once you've selected the entire model. Right Click – Make Selection. 00:04:58 Hit ok. 00:05:01 CTRL + 0 to Zoom back out. 00:05:04 Head up to Select – Refine Edge. 00:05:10 Zoom in using the Zoom Tool. (Z) 00:05:14 Only focus on the hair, Right now. 00:05:18 00:05:29 Output To: New Layer. – Then hit ok. 00:05:34 CTRL + 0 to Zoom back out. 00:05:38 Select the Move Tool. Drag and drop onto our main project. 00:05:44 CTRL + T to select the Model. 00:05:48 Hold SHIFT + ALT while dragging a corner inwards. 00:05:52 Position the model, near the edge of the cliff. 00:05:57 Hit enter when you're done. 00:05:59 Lets rename some of the layers. 00:06:01 Select the Moon layer. Rename it to Moon. 00:06:04 Select the Cliff layer, Rename it to Cliff. 00:06:08 And select the Model layer, rename it to Model. 00:06:14 Create a new layer, bring it below the model. 00:06:19 Rename this layer, to Model Shadow 1. 00:06:25 Zoom in using your Zoom Tool. (Z) 00:06:29 00:06:33 Select the Brush Tool. 00:06:36 Use a small brush with soft edges. 00:06:41 Carefully start adding shadows like so. 00:06:50 00:06:57 Create a new layer – Rename it to model shadow 2. 00:07:06 Bring down the brush opacity to about 10%. 00:07:12 Start applying mode shadows. 00:07:21 I'm going to adjust some of the opacity levels. 00:07:30 Create a new layer. Rename it to Model Shadow 3. 00:07:38 Zoom out a bit. Using your Zoom Tool. 00:07:43 CTRL + click on the model to make a selection of her. 00:07:47 Make sure you're on the Shadow 3 layer still. 00:07:51 ALT + Backspace to fill with black. (Foreground) color. 00:07:54 CTRL + T to select the selection. 00:07:57 Flip Vertical. 00:08:00 Position the shadow like so.
00:16:02 Select black as the color, Then hit ok. 00:16:05 Make sure your foreground and background colors are black to white. 00:16:07 Head up to Filter – Render – Clouds 00:16:11 Rasterize. 00:16:14 CTRL + T to select the clouds. 00:16:18 Resize like so. 00:16:22 I'm going to stretch the clouds a little. 00:16:28 Hit Enter when you're done. 00:16:32 Change the Blending Mode to Screen. 00:16:36 Select the Mask, CTRL + i to invert. 00:16:40 Change your foreground color to white. 00:16:44 Bring down the brush opacity level to about 20%. 00:16:47 Start adding the clouds. 00:16:59 Bring back up the brush opacity to 100% 00:17:03 Create a new layer, rename it to birds. 00:17:10 Select the Brush Tool – Brush Panel. 00:17:15 Select a bird brush. 00:17:21 I'm going to add the birds near the moon. 00:17:30 Bring down the opacity a little. 00:17:34 Create a new layer. Rename it to Landscape Shadowing. 00:17:43 Change the Blending Mode to Soft Light. 00:17:47 Select a large brush with soft edges. 00:17:51 Brush Opacity – 30%. 00:17:55 Start adding shadows, like so. 00:18:01 Experiment with the opacity level. 00:18:10 Creat a new adjustment layer – Hue/Saturation. 00:18:14 Bring down the Lightness to about -20. 00:18:20 Then close. 00:18:23 Create a new adjustment layer – Gradient. 00:18:28 Click on the Gradient Presets. 00:18:32 The first color I'm using is. Color Code: 7D652B 00:18:39 Then hit ok. 00:18:41 Select the second color, then hit delete. 00:18:45 Then hit ok. 00:18:46 Reverse should be selected. 00:18:49 I'm going to drag the gradient upwards. So it blends in the sky. 00:18:51 Scale: 68%. 00:18:56 Hit ok when you're done. 00:18:59 Change the Blending Mode to Overlay. 00:19:03 Opacity 66%. 00:19:07 Create a new layer – Rename it to Castle Lights. 00:19:15 Zoom in using your Zoom Tool. (Z) 00:19:22 Change your foreground color to an orange/yellow color. FF8A00 00:19:29 Then hit ok. 00:19:32 Select the Brush Tool, be sure to use soft edges. 00:19:38 Fill in the window like so. 00:19:45 Change the Blending Mode to Linear Dodge (ADD) 00:19:50 Head up to Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur. 00:19:54 Radius: 7.4 Pixels. Then ok. 00:19:58 CTRL + 0 to zoom back out.