The rules for the Mirror Project are clear: both photographer and camera should be visible, at least in part, within the photographed reflection. These are pictures, then, of people taking pictures of themselves. Not merely self-portraits, they are depictions of the act of photographic self-portraiture. For this reason I find myself fascinated by the photos that turn the camera on itself, or that make us think about the camera in unexpected ways. Here I offer ten favorites. In each the camera plays a role beyond the mechanical: muse, doppelganger, sidekick, mirror, body part... even tasty snack! You may never look at a camera the same way.