This image is part of my mirror project, where I attempted to use a mirror as a prop for a portrait to meet one of the category with my photography club year end photo contest. In this case, the category was “Reflection”. This image is a composite of the same image repeated five times. The base image is the one that is the smallest image that is hardly visible. It shows the subject peaking into a mirror. The infinity look was achieved by layering a smaller version of the outer image that is sized to fit into the mirror frame. This was repeated five times replacing the mirror with a smaller version of the outer image for four more layers. The two secrets to making the layering of the primary image inside the mirror frame was first to ensure the frame was truly rectangular using Lightroom’s transform procedures. The second secret was to use Photoshop’s rectangular marquee tool, then to layer via cut. That new layer needs to be moved to new file to use the image size to determine the size to shrink a copy of the image to a similar size of the cut layer. This process was repeated three more times.