In-Home Engagement Sessions - Logan Roquemore Photography Makes House Calls

Photoshoot requests are at an all-time high. In the age of digital socializing, people want their stories told in a beautiful, high quality, professional way. It's important to relish memories with an image that leave their friends in awe today, and will be passed down to their children tomorrow. Time is so fleeting, but photography gives you that opportunity to slow it down, or rather, stop it entirely. That's why, when I meet with my clients, I tell them to choose a location that's important to them. What story will they have to pair with this image in 50 years? "This is the first home your Grandmother and I shared. I renovated it just to impress her. When she moved in it was just a studio apartment, but we built a wall together to close off our bedroom. We loved our neighborhood and our view. Downtown was lit. We used to say 'lit" when something was cool. That was the chicest outfit in 2019." You get the point. So as you're mulling over the best location for your engagement session (family session, newborn session, portrait session, any photo session) you may find you won't need to look very far. Here's a glimpse into Grace and Bryan's gorgeous in-home photo session.




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Logan Roquemore Photography

 

Logan Roquemore Photography is a luxury boutique studio proudly serving the

New York and New Jersey regions and provides top notch wedding, boudoir and adventure session photography.

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South Orange, NJ 07079

 

Hours

 

monday - @ me on insta

tuesday - 8am-9pm

wednesday - 8am-9pm

thursday - 8am-9pm

friday - no sleep

saturday - no sleep

sunday - no sleep

 

Covid- 19

 

I'm very happy to be home and saving lives from my living room, and am grateful for the brave folks on the front lines keep us stocked, fed, and safe.

I am still taking bookings and will be practicing safe photography, and following all recommended guidelines as long as necessary.