Photoshop Tutorial | How To Create 3D Pop Out Effect

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weather you call it 3d manipulation or you call it 3d photo effect, one thing is sure, that the original picture is adorable as hell. I really love that picture and thought it would be awesome to include it in tutorial.

But as i mentioned it in my video, if you want tutorial for that dancer picture, let me know. i think that manipulation also turned out pretty good.

The actual effect is very easy, all you have to do is find correct picture and adjust perspective properly. That is everything. The color correction and lighting will only work if you have done basics of the effect properly.

So, i hope you have some fun time following this video and if you create this effect, send a pic at my facebook page, i ll happily review it 🙂


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Tanishk Doshi says:

Y he says ‘so fuck that’ everytime? :/

kiran pradhan says:

Hi…m a big fan of your work. It would be really nice if you could do a tutorial on the creation of Pandora landscape of the movie Avatar…Thanks

Anirudh H says:

WTF! Where is it, where is it?
But I find the tutorial informative! But please stop annoying us with that phrase :”Where is it!”

Top5 says:

can u pls tell how to proceed if i use pen tool instead of magnetic lasso tool?

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châu quang says:

Real cool !

Tathi Corrêa says:

LOVE I T !!! Thank you so much for teaching us !!!

edwin says:

I’m using cs 5.5 and when I double click the mask layer the properties menu doesn’t appear so I can’t blur the grass. Is that double click option not available for cs5.5?

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ابو العلاء الحضرمي says:

nice tutorial good ahead

clip215 says:

The original photo isn’t the same with the tutorial’s outcome. It looks like the grass in the original photo has a three-dimensional sense to it, but the outcome of your tutorial doesn’t have that.

Dylan Larking says:

If you look at the beginning there are overhangs of grass on the left of the phone screen, how did you do that?

M R says:

So I followed this tutorial and created this image. I think it came out great.That being said, I keep coming back to this video for certain techniques that others are not using in their videos and find your method works so much better. So Thank you kindly for posting this video. It has helped me beyond this tutorial.

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Lora Denis says:

I never knew there was a good way to use the photoshop lens flares lol. I always thought they look tacky but this works so well!!

Final Foxy says:

his accent makes me cringe

CAVALO says:

muy teso…

Honey Khaira says:

iphone picture
plz give download link of iphone link

Mohd Danish says:

amazing tutorial,it helped me a lot

Michelle Herrick says:

What is he doing here 2:24, I don’t know what it is called or how to do it? Someone please tell me. What is confusing me is how is he able to get part of the photo back when there was also grass still left but did not stay.

ILLMVTIC Official says:

Ushould make a video of the3d building thanks

Manisha Sharma says:

Quick and neatly explained just the way i like it thanks learned a lot.

Suyash Sawant says:

App name?

Samuel Rodrigo says:

very good man thanks

Top5 says:

bro i have “select and mask” option in place of “refine edge”…what do i do now?

Jake Macrett says:

this is very simple! if i did it without your help, i would have got the sheep cut and pasted to another layer, then i would have had to use clone stamp to make the grass look alright, then use the levels and hue/sat to make cc… you just made it look like stealing babies from candy…

Morgan Field says:

Thanks for this tutorial. I like tutorials that talk you through the process instead of other tutorials that just go through the steps to music.

Potato Companion says:

love it!

dogeking123472 says:

duuuuuuuuuuuude this is boreing bruh how long is this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but nice video!

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ziad gouhar says:

where is stocks

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