Well, these days, digital photography artists are using mirrors, of sorts, to create magical effects on their computer monitors. Basically, a mirror image is one in which one side of a frame is perfectly mirrored (reflected) on the opposite side of the frame–side to side or top to bottom. In Photoshop, we use Canvas Size, Copy and Paste, Duplicate Layer to create the effect. It’s that easy!
With this technique can do to make text mirrot effect too.
Okay! Let’s take a look at how easy it is to create the magical mirror effect in Photoshop.
Open file that you want to make a mirror.
Increase Canvas Size
The next step is to increase the Canvas Size (again, the actual working area). We increase the Canvas Size by moving the shaded box into any of the other boxes–and then typing in a new height and/or width dimensions. Because I wanted to increase the height of my Canvas Size on the bottom side of my picture, I moved the shaded area to the top middle box. Then I typed in the new Canvas size–which, for ease of use, was a bit more than double the height of my original photograph.
After I approximately doubled the height of my image, my new working area (new Image Size) looked like this.
Duplicate your layer that contain picture
Create a flipped image of your original
Creating a flipped image of your original is easy.
Activated Mirror Layer (after duplicated) then go to Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical and you will get the result like this.
Create the Magical Mirror Effect
This the magic will began. Move you mirror page to the bottom of the image like this.
Most pros agree that Photoshop has changed the way that we not only make pictures–but the way we see potential images.
With add little bit effect on you mirror you can make this wonderfull result ;)