My 3D camera view is acting kooky when I go into 3D mode. It's like I'm underneath the text looking up at it, and no matter what settings I mess with I can not get the view that I want. Yes I have went to all the little drop down window and clicked on default view and I still get this same underneath view. It is really holding me up, I am intermidiate user so I' a little frustrated, can anyone help?Is their a way to reset ALL default settings in PS Cs6
The location of Default Camera in relation to the ground depends on where the centre of the original 2D element is located on the canvas when extruded. If the element is high on the canvas then Default Camera will be located below ground.
Move the camera above ground by dragging downward in the document window with the Move Tool in 3D Rotate mode or 3D Drag mode when Current View is selected (gold border around doc window).
RE: JJMACK Thanks for the response. I tried this method several times but it just did not work, however, the reason it would not work in my situation is because as you may see just a few posts down. The default camera view is based on the position of the object being extruded to 3D. My object was up at the very top of the canvas so the camera view stayed "underground" no matter how I adjusted it. I learned a valuable lesson here. Thanks
I know nothing about Photoshop 3d Tools I only install standard Photoshop. I was answering your question of how to reset Photoshop default setting. It looks like your problem had nothing to do with settings. You just lack some knowledge of how Photoshop's 3D feature works. I lack all knowledge of Photoshop 3D feature. All I know is my computers can't handle intensive 3d rendering without some major upgrading. 3D graphics is not child's play some serious work is involved.