Rotate in Photoshop CS6
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how you can rotate an image in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7. To begin, you should have Photoshop CS6 open. The icon is blue, with the letters "P" and "s" on it. Then, either create a new document, or open an existing one, which I show you how to do in other tutorials. You can see that I actually have two documents open, accessible by clicking on the two tabs near the top of the screen. For this tutorial, I will drag the second image onto the first and drop it. It shows up as a new layer, "Layer 1". The first image is now the "Background" layer. With "Layer 1" selected, I will very quickly shrink the image down. I've taught you how to do that in another video, and I won't show it today, because we're just going to rotate. Make sure that you are selected on the layer that will be rotated. For this demonstration, that is "Layer 1", the dog image.
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