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May 27, 1994 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-27

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Ms. Goren also received three
blue ribbons, and two of her
prints were selected for the Sil-
ver Court of Honor.
Bob Guiliani, outgoing PPM
president, says the 300 or so
group members consider winning
awards to be quite an accom-
plishment.
"The competition is always
fierce because Michigan has some
of the best artistic talent in the
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arol Goren has made a
name for herself as one of
the pioneers of "boudoir"
photography. She's done
centerfold-type portraits of thou-
sands of women from all over the
country.
Ms. Goren's work has been
chronicled in newspapers and
magazines. She has been a guest
on many local and national tele-
vision talk and news shows.
Sometime in the next year, the
Southfield High School graduate
will be the subject of a feature sto-
ry in Life magazine.
A professional photographer
for 14 years after being a model,
actress and acting coach, Ms.
Goren founded Captured Glam-
our Inc. in 1984 along with her
mother, former model Jean
Goren. They have been at their
location in Southfield since 1993
after moving from Farmington
Hills.
Last year, Ms. Goren did hun-
dreds of boudoir portraits. She
says she often works seven days
a week, especially during busy
periods like holidays.
About two years ago, at the re-
quest of clients, Ms. Goren says,
she began taking more tradi-
tional photos of events and sub-
jects like weddings, bar mitzvahs,
graduating high school seniors,

businessmen and chil-
dren.
Because some may
consider Ms. Goren's
boudoir photography
risque, it has been
called controversial.
But, apparently, it has
been accepted by her
colleagues in the pho-
tography field.
Last month, at the
53rd annual awards
banquet of the Professional Pho-
tographers of Michigan (PPM) at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dear-
born, Ms. Goren received the

Ms. Goren has been
a guest on many
television talk and
news shows.

Award of Merit. The four prints
she entered were judged the
third-best group in the state.
The prints included "Fairy
Tales," a picture of a young girl
reading a book; "Night Moves," a
night-time shot of a man in his
car; and boudoir poses "Sweet
Sue" and "Misty Crystal."

in the mid-Michigan town of
Clare.
"Winning awards means
you're capable of doing work
which is accepted by your peers,"
Mr. Guiliani said. "The general
public may not know the differ-
ence between so-so and excellent
work, but our contest judges, who
come here from across the coun-
try, sure do. When you win, you
feel better about your photogra-
phy."
This wasn't the first time Ms.
Goren's photography was recog-
nized. She now has received blue
ribbons 13 times in contests.
"It's very nice to be recognized
by your peers," said Ms. Goren,
who charges a minimum of $160
for her boudoir. work. "Now, my
goal is to earn Master Photogra-
pher status. That really would be
something."

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