If you have ever seen those effects in some images or screenshots shown in other angles and perspectives and you don’t know how to do it, or it seems very difficult to do it with an editing program like Photoshop or GIMP, this website is for you.
Or, if you just want to make an image look more interesting or professional and transform it without much effort, you’re going to want to take a look at Limus, a free and extremely easy-to-use tool for just that.
Free image transformation from the browser
Limus is a tool to transform images, it works like a web application and you can use it to rotate any image on three different axes: X and Z. You can also adjust the perspective, position, and scale.
The options are all in the same toolbar, which also gives you options such as add a shadow and adjust its vertical axis or blur level. Limus also lets you round the edges of the image, and replace the background color with any hex color.
If you want you can leave the background transparent or upload another image to use as a background. If you have trouble adjusting your image on either axis with the sliders in the toolbox, you can press the SHIFT key and the app will go into free transform mode, that is, to rotate it simply by dragging with the mouse pointer.
Limus is an open source project and its source code can be found on GitHub under an MIT license. There you will find instructions to clone the app and host it yourself if you wish.