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I have a site screen shot(like this - http://d.pr/i/KxHN), and i want to rotate it to "perspective view" like the below image.

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How i can do that? Google hinted nothing about this problem.

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Follow this simple steps

Select the layer and press Ctrl+T and

right click on the transform and choose Perspective and then

hold ctrl and drag the right side corner towards down. that's it.

enter image description here

hope it helps you!!!

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Alternatively to Bala's answer, If you're mocking your image on to something like a monitor for this example, I find it easier to use the Distort tool as you can drag the corners of the image to match what ever it is you're laying your image onto.

1. edit > transform > distort

2. Drag the corner points to the edges of the monitor to fill the blank screen

3. Add a little inner shadow to the "mock screen" so it looks more "in place"

4. Job done!

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hey nice example! thanks –  Bala Apr 30 at 17:18

With the image layer selected go to the toolbar at the top and select:

Edit > Transform > Perspective

It's also good practice to make your images "smart objects" before you edit them so they maintain their quality.

Right-click the image layer > Create smart object

This allows you to transform your image an infinite amount of times while still maintaining your image's original quality.

Hope this helps!

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