George Hurrell’s Style Recreated

Alan Hutchison has done a phenomenal job recreating George Hurrell’s style of Hollywood portraits from the 1930s and 1940s. Alan goes into all the detail in an article in our Flickr group. A key part of the process is Exposure‘s Kodak Plus-X 125 preset. Stop by and join the group if you’d like to see more great ideas!

Inspired by George Hurrell - Tanya Beetham

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One Response to George Hurrell’s Style Recreated

  1. Steve says:

    I recently became aware of Alan’s work when it was featured in Photopro magazine. I love this look he has achieved, a great portrait! I recently acquired a Lowell light having used one on a training course with Adam Alex and realised how useful it is.

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