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How to rotate an object or background
How to rotate an object or background

Learn how to rotate objects in your PhotoRoom designs

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Written by Craig Wright
Updated this week

You can use the rotate feature to change the angle of any object or even the background. It uses free rotation, so you can position objects at any angle.

To learn how to use the rotate feature, select the link for your device:


On mobile (iPhone, iPad, Android)

The process for rotating an object is similar on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices:

(Video shows Photoroom on iPhone)

  1. In the Your Content section, select Designs and then select the design you want to edit.

    If you have not yet added your design, you will need to upload a photo (see the Create your first Photoroom design tutorial).

  2. Select an object that you want to rotate.

  3. Use a two-finger gesture to rotate the object.

    Moving your fingers in a curve rotates the object. If you move your fingers inwards or outwards, you will resize the object.

  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each object that you want to rotate.

  5. Select back to confirm your changes.

Photoroom stores your edit automatically. You can access it in Your Content.


On the Web App

If you are using the Web App version of Photoroom, you can rotate an object like this:

(Video shows Photoroom WebApp)

  1. In the Your Content section, select Designs and then select the design you want to edit.

    If you have not yet added your design, you will need to upload a photo (see the Create your first Photoroom design tutorial).

  2. Select an object that you want to rotate.

  3. Select the middle handle at the top of the object. Keep the mouse-button pressed down and move the cursor to rotate the object.

  4. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each object that you want to rotate.

  5. Select back to confirm your changes.

Photoroom stores your edit automatically. You can access it in your Designs.


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