The image provided in the tutorial assets is correctly rotated, so the issue doesn't arise. If you are talking about using an image of your own that is incorrectly rotated, the best way to deal with it is to use a graphics program, such as Photoshop CC or Fireworks CS6 to change the orientation. You should always optimize images before including them in a web page.
However, it is also possible to rotate any HTML element (not just images) using the CSS transform property. It's best to use the transform property for special effects rather than to correct the orientation of an image. It's supported by all modern browsers, but not by Internet Explorer 8 and earlier.
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