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I am a photographer with good knowledge of photoshop & illustrator. This time i have a task from my boss who needs high quality computer generated photos of our company products. he is not satisfied with camera result and needs something more lively and 3d like. I have basic understanding of vector based objects but i do not know how to achieve images like this:

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/01/aplus/detail-page/Scott_ExtraSoftMR12Pack_B00AYV59WY_img1_lg.jpg

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Can somebody explain to me how can we draw images like this, and which tools are needed for that. I am also unsure whether these images are vectorized from camera taken photos.

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    Those are most likely 3D renders, not vectors. – Manly Aug 5 '16 at 20:20
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    Can I ask why the photos aren't 3D like? It might be a lot easier to teach you how to improve photos then to start all over with illustration or modeling+rendering. – Ryan Aug 5 '16 at 20:25
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If you have your company products you have your company artwork. You do not vectorize a photo of your own products, you use the original artwork. You either:

1) Generate a pure 3D render from scrach and prepare the materials accordingly to the 3D object (unwrap it) https://www.blender.org/

2) Use some mockups, in this case a pile of toilet paper, and morph your original artwork to fit the perspective and add some shadows. You can use Ilustrator or Photoshop. Probably Photoshop in this case.

It is a simple matter of adding perspective and a bit of deformation on the sides. http://www.dummies.com/software/adobe/photoshop/how-to-use-puppet-warp-in-photoshop-cs6/

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  1. Logos need to be vectorized - vectorization.eu
  2. 3D models can be done in Cinema4D - maxon.net
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