I tried a lot of ways, search at the web, but still can´t find an explanation of how to shoot or how to hide camera/tripod from the mirrors.
Is there any techinique to do this or the painfull method of retouching at Photoshop?
I´ll be so gratefull who can teach me this.
Basically: when you can see the camera - the camera can see you . .
A way CAN be to use someg shifting - but not with panos. So you just need to take care not seeing the camera in your viewfinder . . if that´s inavoidable: retouch it. You might do an extra-shot from the part you´re viewablein from another position - but that´s even more fumbeling than retouching. In CS5/6 the "content-awareness" makes it very easy and fast.
If you want something you´ve never had, then you´ve got to do something you´ve never done.
You also can place the camera very close by the mirror and aim it to where you stood. Then compose them. Preferably use the cubefaces. But that´s a bit complicated. There is no "semiautomatc" way or so to deal with it - it´s "photographer´s craftmansship" .