Tutorial showing you how to use Photoshop CC’s 3D features to create a realistic composite between a 3D model and a Photograph.
3D Photoshop Tutorials
Photoshop allows designers to create a lot of amazing things, and it now can also edit 3D models. If you’re not familiar with Photoshop’s 3D capabilities or if you’re interested in improving your 3D skills look at the tutorials below!
*Photoshop CS6 Extended and above is required to complete the 3D tutorials.
In this tutorial we’re going to recreate the Mockingjay movie poster. We’ll use 3D in Photoshop to create the wings and the ring, and to create the fire we’ll use the Flame generator.
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a moon walking scene using Photoshop CS6’s 3D features. We’ll start out by creating a few simple shapes to create the Earth and the Moon’s surface, then we’ll bring in 2 NASA designed 3D models.
In this tutorial I will be showing you how to achieve the Ken Burns effect using only Photoshop CS6. The Ken Burns effect is a motion graphics technique which pans and zooms still images to create motion and depth.
In this Photoshop video training tutorial, we’ll create a picture frame completely in 3D. This technique will show you how with just a few simple steps you can create a picture frame in Photoshop that is realistic and can be moved around in 3D space.