Where the stars always sparkle.


The current graphic you see above features Rita Hayworth and Fred Astaire in a promotional still for Columbia Picture's "You Were Never Lovelier" from 1942. The photograph itself was taken by Hollywood photographer George Hurrell, who began his career at MGM, taking pictures of leading ladies and leading men. Jasc Paint Shop Pro 8 was used. Listed below is the media used to make what you see.

The Hurrell Style: 50 Years of Photographing Hollywood by George Hurrell

- Exposed

(If you see something used that you yourself created and don't see proper credit, feel free to drop me a line at: I try to keep track of where I go and what I use, but I'm bound to make mistakes some time or another!)


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