Question: Can ANYONE tell me where I may find an indepth, detailed, complete tutorial(s) on Photoshop CC 3D. NOTHING !! Please help.

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Question: Can ANYONE tell me where I may find an indepth, detailed, complete tutorial(s) on Photoshop CC 3D. I can find NOTHING !! Please help.
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Carol Varveris

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Cristen Gillespie

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If you want it for free, no, I don't know of anyone doing in depth complete, detailed tutorials for free. But Stephen Burns has written more about Photoshop 3D than anyone I've ever heard of. His latest book was recently released: 3D Photoshop for Creative Professionals. There are several tutorials and projects available on lynda.com. I don't exactly what you're looking for, but if you're willing to pay for a month at lynda.com, you can probably find enough to learn how to use it for whatever you want to do with it.
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Thank you very much for taking the time to reply.  Unfortunately I have very little money and actually was hoping to find something for free but I do understand that I probably will not it.  I did have a lynda account but they do not have anything anymore about Photoshop - especially about 3D.  They have one very old class, and they tell me they have nothing planned.  I get the feeling they are going to discontinue Photoshop. 

I did look at what is available with Stephen Burns he has what looks like a superior 3D tutorial(s) - on disk or download but I have to save up couple of months first.

Again, thank you.
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I understand the cost issue. Most of us have faced that problem at some time or another, and few of us can say it won't be an issue for us ever again. But yes, it is a bit much to expect people to work hard to learn something, then not try to eat from what they've learned, but simply give it all away.<G> There's always YouTube. I use that often and there are many excellent people contributing to YouTube, but you'll be getting most of it in snippets, with a lot of it aimed at beginners,  so it can take quite a bit of time to put a comprehensive "course" together on any subject.

As for lynda.com—no, they're not dropping Photoshop. It's a major subject in their rather complete arsenal of subjects. I've been a member for several years, and there are multiple pages as a result of a search for 3D in Photoshop. I've watched Deke McLelland take us through a pretty comprehensive project using all the features in 3D. I just watched a short project of his showing me how to use Fuse with Photoshop 3D and what to expect.

But it's not exactly cheap to subscribe, and saving for something from Stephen Burns is, in my opinion, a very good idea for anyone on a limited budget,  since you'll have it to refer to again and again as you learn.