Don´t take pictures - Magazine - "Photo of the Day"

Don’t Take Pictures is a photography magazine published in print twice-yearly (March, September), in addition to regular online articles. The title, Don’t Take Pictures, references the language of modern photography. Over the years, the term “taking pictures” has begun to be replaced with “making photographs.” The change signifies a distinction between the widespread use of cameras in the modern world and the more systematic, thoughtful process of creating photographic art. At Don’t Take Pictures, we strive to celebrate the creativity involved with the making of photographs.  

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«100 Norwegian Photographers»
Fotografiets dager Preus Fotomuseum Horten, fredag til søndag 17-19 August 2018-
Magasinet Kunst from Paris Photo
Fotografi 6/2017
Paris Photo 2017 Booksigning

Friday, November 10

2.00 p.m. Think of Scotland by Martin Parr
4.00 p.m. A Conversation with Nature by Marius Schultz
5.00 p.m. Cézanne's Objects by Joel Meyerowitz
 

Aftenposten
Marius Schultz work on Art Photo Index

The artists included in Art Photo Index have been selected as a result of their accomplishments in the art or documentary photography field. Many of those included have been published by major photobook publishers or serious art photography magazines. Some have received awards given by art and documentary photography organizations.

Art Photo Index (API) is a visual index of important art and documentary photographers, their images and their websites from throughout the world.

Marius Schultz in Enfant Terrible Magazine
Marius Schultz. First Prize, Portfolio Category, LensCulture Portrait Awards 2014
Lens Culture favorite portrait series of 2014
FOTOGRAFIA - Festival Internazionale di Roma

Even Marius Schultz tells his Norway thanks to a micro-world and its rarefied beauty: that of two red hair little girls living in silence their puberty among trees and pure nature.

Fotografi.no - følelsen for det vakre
Huffington Post
1st Prize - Marius Schultz Norway, from the series "First There Was Nothing"
LensCulture