Sometimes I let the imagination take me to a level where making the image becomes relatively difficult. When this happens I try to add an even greater dose of imagination to unlock the difficulties.
The final image:
Now step by step:
Then I removed the wheel tracks and other elements that could distract from the image 2. I cut out the models from the image 3 leaving the ground so I can paste it and make a smooth transition.
The next step was to put the models in the image. I used the tool Edit> Free Transform to put them more on the diagonal and the model becomes slightly steeper.
I used the tire tracks on image 2 to create the illusion of entrainment using again the Free Transform and removing what does not matter. I also created the shadows.
I used the ground floor of the image 3 to slightly darken the ground floor of final image. I gave an opacity of 18% and removed the excess.
Then I altered the color of the robes of the model. Select the models layer and click on the button below the layers panel (see image and choose Hue / Saturation). Select a color where it says “Master”, choose the Eyedropper Tool, click the dress and adjust the color in Hue.
The next step was to add a white layer with the option Multiply and an opacity of 63%
Then a yellow layer with the option selected overlay and an opacity of 23%
Finally I added a black layer and with the rubber I removed what it didn’t matter with different opacities to obtain the final result. This process (as well as the opacity of the filters) is according to the preference of each.