Photoshop CC has a Perspective Warp filter. Although I don't think I would have the occasion to use it often, if ever, I looked for a photo that I might try it on.
I chose this one that I took last year about this time.
There's nothing wrong with it, but I decided to see what I could accomplish using Perspective Warp.
As you can see, I turned the house, so that more of the front is visible. It's not a huge change, but it's a change.
Perspective Warp works in such a way that it seems like the photographer has shifted his/her position. It could come in very handy when one simply can't get to the position one wants. Although it wasn't necessary in this case, I think I do prefer the 'warped' version better.
Just to see the difference a little more, I put the two perspectives side by side in this composite.
AFAIK this tool is only found in the Creative Cloud version of the program -- Photoshop CC. Adobe has switched to a monthly subscription plan for its major programs, and you can rent both Lightroom and Photoshop for $9.99US/month. It's really not an onerous cost if you're into photography as Photoshop alone used to cost well over $500 to purchase and the updates would set us back another $200 or so about every 18 months. With the new model, Adobe rolls our updates whenever they are ready for market.
Meanwhile, getting back to Perspective Warp, this link provides a very good explanatory, video tutorial.