Sometimes you end up taking photos that are mirrored horizontally. This is quite common when you take selfies. Want to change the direction of a photo (or a face)?
The photo editor on the iPhone and iPad comes with a built-in tool for flipping photos horizontally (sideways). But if you want to flip photos vertically (upside down), you will need to use a free third-party app like Photoshop Express. Let’s explore how to flip photos using Photoshop Express since it has more features.
This is for the iPhone and iPad using Photoshop Express
This app is a feature-rich photo editing tool on your iPhone or iPad. In some ways, you can think of it as the mobile version of the Photoshop app. While many of its pro features are hidden behind a subscription, you can use the free version to make simple edits.
One of the features available on the free version is the ability to flip images both vertically and horizontally.
First, download the free app from the Apple Store iCloud service. Now, open the app and give it permission to access your photos. Next, from the Home tab, tap the Edit section button. Refer to below image:
Here, choose the photo that you want to edit. See below image:
From the photo editing view, go to the Crop button and tap it. See following image:
From here, choose the Rotate option. Refer to below image:
Now, swipe left on the bottom toolbar to see the different flip options. See below image:
Next, you can flip the photo as you please. See following image for the flipped photo:
Once you are done, tap the Share button from the top toolbar. Refer to below image:
Here, tap the Camera Roll button. The final flipped photo will be exported and saved to your Photos app. See below image where I saved the original:
Your original photo is left intact.
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