Put it all together
To edit our final image together, we first boosted the contrast and corrected the white balance in each of the raw files, and turned them in a portrait orientation. Next we created a new document that was 300mm wide and 222mm high. As we had seven fruits, we needed to divide the image into seven parts, so each strip measured 43 x 222mm. Next we went to the Rectangle tool and clicked on the image. You can then key in the amounts to the width (43mm) and height (222mm). Once you’ve created one rectangle, you can position it on the left-hand side of the frame. To duplicate the rectangle, simply hold down Alt and drag the rectangle until the duplicate is positioned over the next fruit. Repeat this five more times.
You can then import your fruit images. Place the first strawberry image above the rectangle 1 layer in the Layers panel, right-click and select Create Clipping Mask. Your strawberry image will then take the shape of the rectangle. You can transform the size and move it around until it’s placed accordingly. Repeat for the rest, and you’ll have a fruit rainbow!