It’s not a hard one, but there are likely 40 or 50 things going on here.
It boils down to finding or creating the right images, stacking them on top of one another, then experimenting with various tonal and color changes, blurs, shadows, opacities, highlights, various filters, etc.
The type, once again, just needs to be stacked in various layers, some of it outlined, and moved to the desired positions. It appears as though the large headline in the top image has been outlined with an inner shadow applied to it.
Honestly, this would be an easy one for someone who, as you didn’t want to be told, had lots of practice behind them. There’s no real step-by-step method to these kinds of things. Instead, it’s a matter of taking what one has learned through lots of experience and recombining it all in different ways to produce things that are new.
By the way, I just combined your two separate posts into one.