Rotate and Flip Your Images with Pixlr

Get your images perfectly oriented with Pixlr's Rotate and Flip Tool! With just a few clicks, you can rotate, flip, and adjust the angle of your images for a perfect fit.

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Why Use Pixlr's Rotate/Flip Tools?

Pixlr's Rotate Images Tool is the perfect solution for positioning your images just right. Whether you need to straighten a crooked photo or flip an image for a unique perspective, Pixlr is the tool for you.

How To Use Pixlr's Rotate Image Tool

Step #1

Visit the Pixlr website and select "Pixlr E" or "Pixlr X" to launch the online photo editor. Both versions offer the Rotate Images editing tool, but Pixlr E provides advanced features while Pixlr X is beginner-friendly.

Step #2

Click "Open Image" on the Pixlr E/X start screen, or navigate to "File" > "Open Image" in Pixlr E. Select the image file you want to rotate from your computer or device. The image will load and be displayed in the Pixlr workspace.

Step #3

In Pixlr E, find the rotate tool under "Edit" > "Free Transform". In Pixlr X, locate the rotate tool under the "Arrange" tab on the right-hand side panel. The rotate options will be available in both versions, allowing you to rotate your image easily.

Step #4

Choose the desired rotation angle: 90° clockwise, 90° counterclockwise, or custom. For a custom angle, click and drag the rotation handle in Pixlr E or use the slider in Pixlr X. Adjust until you reach the desired rotation, then click "Apply" or press Enter.

Step #5

Once you've rotated the image to your preference, save your work. In Pixlr E, go to "File" > "Save". In Pixlr X, click the "Save" button in the bottom right corner. Choose your desired file format and quality, then click "Download" to save your edited image.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Pixlr's Rotate Images Tool? Pixlr's Rotate Images Tool is a feature in the Pixlr photo editing software that allows users to rotate images clockwise or counterclockwise, as well as flip them horizontally or vertically.
How do I access the Rotate Images Tool in Pixlr? To access the Rotate Images Tool in Pixlr, open your image in Pixlr and click on the "Edit" menu at the top left corner of the screen. Then, select "Free Transform" or use the shortcut "Ctrl + T" on your keyboard.
Can I rotate an image by a specific angle in Pixlr? Yes, you can rotate an image by a specific angle by clicking on the "Edit" menu, then selecting "Free Transform." In the transformation box, input the desired rotation angle in the "Rotate" field.
Can I rotate only a portion of an image in Pixlr? Yes, you can rotate a portion of an image by using the "Marquee" tool to select the desired area, then clicking "Edit" and selecting "Free Transform."
How do I flip an image horizontally or vertically in Pixlr? To flip an image, click on the "Image" menu, choose "Flip Canvas" and select either "Flip Canvas Horizontally" or "Flip Canvas Vertically."
Is there a limit to the number of times I can rotate an image in Pixlr? No, there is no limit to the number of times you can rotate an image in Pixlr.
Will rotating an image in Pixlr reduce its quality? Rotating an image in Pixlr may cause a slight loss in quality due to the resampling process. However, the effect is generally minimal and not noticeable in most cases.
Can I rotate text or other objects separately from the image background in Pixlr? Yes, you can rotate individual layers, such as text or objects, by selecting the layer in the Layers panel and using the "Free Transform" tool.
Can I undo a rotation in Pixlr? Yes, to undo a rotation, click on "Edit" in the top menu and select "Undo" or use the shortcut "Ctrl + Z."
How do I save my rotated image in Pixlr? To save your rotated image, click on "File" in the top menu and select "Save" or use the shortcut "Ctrl + S."