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Mark Seliger says a sense of humor is what differentiates his portraits. Above, comedian Jerry Seinfeld as the Tin Man from The Wizard of Oz. Mark Seliger hide caption

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'Get Something That No One Else Has Gotten', Says Photographer Mark Seliger

Seliger has made portraits of actors, rock stars and presidents. The challenge, he says, is to "create something that's never been done before." A new book collects images from his last 30 years.

Etiopia John Armstrong, Thiago Franca
Jungle Tash Sultana
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Orlando Police Testing Amazon's Real-Time Facial Recognition

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Should Have Known Roane Namuh, Reva Devito
Up In The Market Magic in Threes

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'Get Something That No One Else Has Gotten', Says Photographer Mark Seliger

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Darling Real Estate
Before I Go GRiZ

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White House Brokers, But Will Not Attend, Meeting About Secret Russia Probe Documents

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Dance [Instrumental] Danny Brown
Manteca Arturo Sandoval
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Slip Away Perfume Genius
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To Quell Growing Rebellion, House GOP Leaders Promise Action On Immigration In June

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Bettina Bola Sete
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