Moving the 3D capabilities out of Photoshop and putting them behind a paywall is reprehensible. This is precisely what Adobe has done. While, yes, these tools have been moved to Substance - Substance is an additional charge. What's next? Are you going to move 3D layers out of After Effects to a new program which costs more? Clearly Adobe is thinking of its shareholders, not its designers - more than ever before. A reminder to Adobe that you need the designers, who pay your subscription, to stay in business. If anything like this happens again I am leaving and I will do my best to take as many of my fellow designers with me as I possibly can.
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You can still access the 3D features in the most recent version of Photoshop by going to Preferences > Technology Previews, deselecting “Deactivate Native Canvas,” and restarting Photoshop. If your computer has issues with 3D in 23.0.1, then revert to 22.2. Here's how to install an older version:
If you'd like more 3D features within the Creative Cloud and without going to Substance, you can also use Cinema 4D Lite, which is a free installation with After Effects if you're a Creative Cloud subscriber (as opposed to Photography Plan or single app subscriber). Here's more info on Cinema 4D Lite: