Take the first picture and copy it by pressing Ctrl-C and go to the blank image and paste it by going to Edit >> Paste As >> New Layer. Now using the Move tool (M) move it to the left.
Take the second picture, copy it and paste it and move it to the right.
Take the third picture, copy it and paste it into the middle.
Now using the Eraser tool erase the circled parts of the blend until it looks like mine:
Now go to Layer >> Merge Down until all your layers are one.
Go to Colors >> Brightness-Contrast and set your settings as mine:
Go to Image >> Duplicate.
Go to Color >> Color Balance and set your settings as mine:
Shadows: -10, -11, 17
Midtones: -23, -13, 14
Highlights: 4, -12, -27
Copy that image and go back to the original image and paste it as a new layer. It may be off centered so move it into place. Set the Layer Mode to Overlay.
Using the Selection tool make a selection like mine:
Go to Layer >> Merge Down.
Press Ctrl-C to copy it.
Go to File >> New and make a new image sized 950×700. Fill it with 7b2625.
Paste the image by going to Edit >> Paste As >> New Layer.
Using the move tool, move the image into the center.
Now using the selection tool, make a selection like mine:
Using the Fill tool, fill in the selection with white. When you make your selection and press a new tool, the selection will go away but is still there so fill in where you selected. See settings:
Add text and effects and you’re done!