Practical 3D examples Extruding type Lighting and shading 3D type Creating a 3D product shot Extruding a photo into a new 3D layer Rendering a product shot Extruding a logo Adding effects
3D is the new "drop shadow"—sometimes overused, but in the right place it can make a dramatic difference in a design. Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to create 3D elements for commercial design work, in this course with senior graphic design instructor Justin Seeley. These hands-on techniques are for designers who want to add some 3D elements that will take their work to the next level, without going overboard. Justin walks through three projects—an advertisement, a product shot, and a logo—adding the kind of 3D details that make images and text pop off a page or presentation.