Martin Schoeller

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Martin Schoeller is a photographer best known for his celebrity portraits. His signature portraits are extreme closeups.

Celebrity Photographer Turns His Lens on LA's Homeless

Martin Schoeller is a photographer best known for his celebrity portraits. His signature portraits are extreme closeups.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Martin Schoeller is a photographer best known for his celebrity portraits. His signature portraits are extreme closeups.

Celebrity Photographer Turns His Lens on L.A.'s Homeless

Martin Schoeller is a photographer best known for his celebrity portraits. His signature portraits are extreme closeups.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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