How to create this effect

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  1. VaE39

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    actually i think there was hardly any PP. i think those are just pics of someone in a steamy closed-in area like a shower with clear doors
     
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    Yeah I agree, in the second (third) one you can clearly see the fingertips pressing on glass.

    To a degree you could replicate it in PP by taking the clarity and contrast right down, and experimenting with some layers blended over the top.
     
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    Photoshop to the max i reckon.

    Shots with girl pressed against glass or plastic then from there a lot of using the blur tool or lens blur... a few overlays with some saturated layers imo.

    Unless it was shot with some camera filter i dont know... but either way you can achieve that effect via photoshop.
     
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    Frosted glass or acrylic might do the same as well.
     
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    Looks like the model was in a latex bubble. I follow a photographer on another site that used one of these in a shoot and achieved some interesting effects.
     

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