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Method 1. Rotating a Layer with the Transform Tool

STEP 1. Select the Layer

In the “Layers” panel on the right side of the screen, choose the one you want to rotate.

If you can’t find this panel, you’ll have to activate it by going to the “Window” and click “Layers”. Alternatively, press F7.

STEP 2. Use the Transform Tool

Once you have done that, go up to the “Edit” tab, and open the “Transform” menu. Next, select the command that is most appropriate for your situation.

You can now save your changes. Make sure to learn how to merge layers in Photoshop too.

Method 2. Rotating a Layer with the Free Transform Tool

If you need more control over the rotation process, you can also use the tool called “Free Transform”.

In order to do this, select the layer first. Then, go up to the “Edit” tab and navigate to the “Free Transform” option. If you’re a fan of Photoshop keyboard shortcuts, you can use the Ctrl+T/Cmd+T key combinations.

Once you hover the mouse cursor outside of the image, it will turn into a rotating arrow. All you have to do now is to click and drag the mouse to rotate the layer.

Good job! Now you know how to rotate one layer in Photoshop.

Note: If you want to make some adjustments to the photo just let me know. I can do it for you at a very low cost. You can hire me to edit your photo.

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