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Mary Dougherty

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I'm a fine art film photographer living in the mountains and traveling to tell beautiful stories

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That final scene in Pride and Prejudice always gets me. The early morning fog has rolled in and dew covers the ground as Elizabeth and Darcy confess their love for each other and the sun slowly rises and wraps them in a warm glow. It’s beautiful. As Becca and I planned her engagement session we discussed how amazing it would be to step into a scene like that and how we could make it happen. While shooting in the early morning would be our best bet for fog we decided it would be too hard to predict and could achieve similar results with gorgeous light in the evening. With the inspiration of Pride + Prejudice in the back of our minds we planned a session with personality that focused on landscapes, light and a tea party picnic under a grove of trees. We wanted the images to have a bit of Scotland – Bobby’s home, and where these two got engaged – and with the lush green grass and perfect light it came together beautifully. We photographed it yesterday and I can’t wait to share the rest!

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