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Best Professional Photographer: Samantha Turner Photography

Location: Fargo

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Samantha Turner Photography has been named Best Professional Photography in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
Photo courtesy of Samantha Turner Photography
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How does it feel to be named the best photographer in the area?

“I am SHOOK! To say the least, speechless would sum up how I feel,” Samantha Turner said. “I cannot thank all those that voted enough; this is such an honor.”

What do you want people to know about a boudoir photography session if they’re considering one? 

“If you're considering boudoir, I highly suggest doing your research,” Turner said. “Boudoir is an investment and finding a photographer that you vibe with is key. Most sessions are vulnerable, not only are you revealing skin but often a piece of yourself. So having that comfort with the photographer is what will send your experience to the next level.”

Why are people so interested in boudoir photography right now?

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“I strive to show women that boudoir is about women empowerment,” she said. “Boudoir is not ‘just’ a photoshoot, it truly can change your life.”

  • Second place: Taylor Jane Photography
  • Third place: Images by Archer
  • Fourth place: Stacy Kennedy Photography
  • Fifth place: Jazmin Ciara Photography

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