How to craft an ad in Photoshop CC using 3D models

Designing in 3D can be a daunting task for anyone used to working solely in two dimensions, but the great potential to open new creative horizons makes it a step well worth taking. 

Luckily for beginners, Photoshop CC presents a helpful middle ground that lets you create and edit 3D scenes without needing any real experience in other software. 

Search the Adobe Stock website for the 3D object you require (Image credit: Future)
Designing adverts in Photoshop becomes easy with downloaded models from Adobe Stock (Image credit: Future)

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Matt Smith
Designer and Video Producer

Matt has worked for various publishing houses and design agencies, covering studio photography, video production, editorial design, branding, illustration and motion graphics. He currently works for Future PLC with brands such as T3, Woman&Home, Marie Claire, Music Week, TechRadar, Golden Joysticks, Cycling Weekly, Brand Impact Awards, Horse&Hound and Tech&Learning. In the past he has designed titles including Mac|Life, IQ, Bow International, Drummer, iDrum, Acoustic, Clay Shooting, Sea Fishing and GunTradeNews. He has experience across the full Adobe Suite and is currently spending a lot of time creating projects in Blender and After Effects.