Although I'm primarily a 2D guy, lately I've had to use Photoshop CC to manipulate a map of NY State in 3D space. After placing the map from Illustrator, I converted the layer to 3D using the Postcard mesh. If you know nothing about 3D (and I know not much more!) the Postcard mesh doesn't extrude objects but allows you to manipulate a flat surface in 3D space. The fact that the object is flat is why, I suppose, it's called Postcard. Once I manipulated the map to the proper angle, I converted it to a Smart Object. As a Smart Object as I was able to apply non-destructive lighting, tilt-focus, and Hue/Saturation effects. Wow. Great feature. Now I need to learn more, as I've seen amazing things done with PS 3D.