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For this month, submit your work using #Ps_Dimension for a chance to be featured on our Instagram page.

@hollydennisdesign has us daydreaming of forest adventures. #Ps_Dimension


Time to get away with @cinniature. #Ps_Dimension


Hey everyone! @beeple_crap here with the last day of my @Photoshop takeover. This image was rendered using #AdobeDimension and uses 3D models and images that can all be found on @AdobeStock. There are a lot of different things to play with, and there are more added every day. I really think using Stock can help you push your work further much faster. I hope my takeover this week has inspired you to check out Dimension and get into 3D work. Don’t hold yourself back! 🙂

You already think in 3D. Now design in it. Share your photos with #Ps_Dimension for a chance to be featured on the Photoshop Instagram page.


Hitch your wagon to our 2018 #AdobeRisingStars because they’re heading straight to the top! We’re highlighting these 10 up-and-coming photographers on the @Lightroom Instagram page over the coming weeks so be sure to check them out!


@beeple_crap here again with more 3D goodness! One of the things I love about working with #AdobeDimension is that you can incorporate elements from other media. For instance, you can bring in vector work, paintings, photography etc., and use these as textures or decals to make new and interesting creations. Create your own piece of work using Dimension and share using the hashtag #AdobeDimension, so I can check out your work!


@beeple_crap here again! One of the things that I really like doing is exporting 3D renders from #AdobeDimension as a layered file into @Photoshop and trying to make them look more like they were drawn or painted. Being able to easily export these layers gives you a lot of options when you go to composite, and you can play with a lot of different styles really quickly.


Hey all! @beeple_crap taking over the @Photoshop channel this week! I’m a digital artist who works mostly in 3D. I’ve created a different piece of artwork every single day for the past 11 years, and this week I’ll be using #AdobeDimension for my 3D renders! It’s a great product for those looking to start working in 3D, and comes bundled with an @AdobeCreativeCloud membership. Check out our Instagram Stories this week for a behind-the-scenes look into every piece I post!


Eye candy from @la_photographic.


@thelightninja has us wishing on stars for a view like this. #Ps_Starry


Not your average night with @joshontybee. #Ps_Starry


Climbing boulders to get a little closer to the stars with @benesoliver. #Ps_Starry


Hi everyone! It’s Anna (@annamcnaughty). Follow my #Ps_Swipe tutorial to see how I created one of my classic pieces.

Start with a photo of an elephant in the jungle. I love the way the light creates a glow and thought it would work well for this piece. Next, add the butterfly that was cut out using the QUICK SELECTION TOOL and duplicate the layer using CMD/CTRL + J.

Lower the butterfly’s layer opacity to see how it lines up with the ear. Transform the layer (CMD/CTRL + T) and WARP it to fit the ear. Add a layer mask and paint with black (using high and low opacity) to show pieces of the ear. Add an Exposure Adjustment Layer, clip it to the layer below it, invert the mask (CMD/CTRL + I) and then paint with white to darken the lower half of the ear.

Repeat this process on the other ear and then add a Brightness/Contrast Adjustment Layer to each ear to add a little pop of color. Adjust the background layer to match the tones of the butterflies by adding an adjustment layer for curves and color balance.

Take the image of the multiple butterflies and give each one its own layer by selecting and copying. Position the butterflies into place around the elephant and then select the layers and group them together (CMD/CTRL + G). From there, add an Adjustment Layer for color balance and add a layer mask to the group. Next, paint with a low opacity black brush to fade the butterflies into the misty area.

Add an Adjustment Curves Layer and invert it (CMD/CTRL + I). Paint with a white brush onto areas where the light would touch on the butterflies.

Next, select all the layers and CMD-Option-Shift-E (for Mac) or CTRL-Alt-Shift-E (for PC). This will create a new merged layer. From here, go FILTER>CAMERA RAW FILTER. Adjust the coloring and contrast to your liking. For this particular image, I clicked on SPLIT TONING and gave the image warm highlights and cool shadows. I then added a Radial Filter and increased the exposure and warmth where the light was hitting and then added a second Radial Filter with darker and bluer tones around the rest of the image. Save and you’re finished!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial! xo Anna 💙