2 Smart Ways To Wrap An Image Around A Cylinder In Photoshop

Here’s how to wrap an image around a cylinder in Photoshop in under 3 minutes. You can use these techniques for all kinds of mockups, but they are especially useful when adding labels or logos to bottles, flasks, and wine bottles.

Watch the Cylinder Warp Video Tutorial

In this simple tutorial, I’ll show you how to use a feature that was recently added to the Photoshop options.

In under 3 minutes, together, we’ll cover:

  • Turning your image into a smart object, and why it’s important
  • How to use cylinder warp to wrap the image around a cylindrical object
  • Making adjustments to the warped image or label
  • How to make changes to the image once warped

Cylinder warp was added to Photoshop in the 2022 version. So, if you have 2022 or newer, this is your section. If not, keep reading.

Another Way To Wrap Around A Cylinder

Not in the 2022 or newer version of Photoshop? Not a problem! Use this YouTube tutorial if you’re using an older version of Photoshop.

This tutorial is very similar to the first. However, instead of using cylinder warp, we’ll use a combination of warp options together, along with blend modes.

While cylinder warp was added specifically for this problem, you can still create flawless looking wraps with some of Photoshop’s older tools.


And…. that’s a wrap (oh, that was a bad pun!) All jokes aside, I really hope these tutorials helped you out.

Remember, you’ll need PS2022 or newer for the first one. If you’re on an older version, try the other tutorial.

Let me know below what you used the cylinder wrap tutorials for. For bringing brands to life, these techniques are so helpful.

Bottle and label used in featured image and tutorial licensed by Freepik.

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