First, turn the image into an 8 bit grayscale.
Next, black the sky using spray or paint infill.
We now reverse the orientation of image.
By now you should get where I am coming from, and where I'm going too. If that person with hand glider were not in the pic, and the ruffled sand were smoothed out a bit, you would have a TYPICAL NASA FAKE MOON PICTURE. All you need to do is paste your astroNOT where you want him 😉
Notice total absence of tire tracks directly behind the Moon buggy rear wheel. The Moon buggy and it's shadow have been pasted onto photograph, OR if buggy was genuinely in the picture, it's been placed/lowered there by some crane.
THE MAJORITY OF NASA's FAKE MOON PICTURES WERE CREATED IN THE MID 90's.
95% percent of NASA's fake Moon pictures on their web site were NEVER seen prior to the launch of the internet. They had to produce a considerable number of fake Moon pics, otherwise the public would want to know why there were so few.
The 4th grade level task of forging these photos was handed to Michael J. Tuttle in 1994, and he did it using early versions of Adobe Photo shop.