Did you know that you can use Photoshop’s 3D tools for compositing and converting flat 2D surfaces to realistic 3D?
In this brilliant tutorial, Photoshop instructor Unmesh Dinda from PiXimperfect shows you how to generate bump maps and use textures to create three-dimensional objects in Photoshop. He shows you how to put together several 3D objects and use advanced lighting to cast realistic shadows in a 3D environment. Watch below.
01:07 – Generating a Bump Map for the background
02:44 – Using Depth Map
03:15 – Adjusting depth
03:52 – Using 3D Properties
05:18 – Adjusting the light
07:04 – Compositing the subject
09:04 – Adding a spotlight
Download sample images shown in video.
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