Chicago-based artist Steven Schultz uses film photography, filmmaking, and design to explore human stories.
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The Morro Backpack Review | Film Photography Bag by Long Weekend
Updated on Nov 8, 2023
A hands-on review of the film photography and travel Morro Backpack by Long Weekend.
How to Turn Your Phone Into an Instant Light Meter
Updated on Nov 3, 2023
Combining modern tech with analog photography using the new iPhone 15 Pro's action buton.
Film vs. iPhone | How to Edit Your Pictures Like Film Using VSCO
Updated on Nov 2, 2023
We’ll dive deep on a few editing tricks you can use to get that film look to your mobile images using VSCO.
Shooting w/ Moment's T-Series Mobiles Lenses in Chicago
Updated on Sep 15, 2023
Exploring the city with the brand new Tele, Wide, and Fisheye lenses from Moment.
From a young age, Steven Schultz admired the way his mom constantly documented his family’s life in Upstate New York with photo and video cameras alike. This admiration sparked the inspiration to buy his first camera. Since then, it’s been a steady evolution of falling in love with the art of photography more and more, until he graduated from college in Massachusetts without a job and decided to take a shot at starting his own photography business. Five years later, his love for storytelling has driven him headfirst into film photography, podcasting, YouTube, design, and documentary filmmaking. He draws inspiration from nature, portraiture, and everyday life, like spending time with his wife and two cats over morning coffee. Now based in Chicago, IL, he is currently working with his friend and business partner Eric Floberg on the most ambitious and exciting project of their careers - a feature length documentary about Joe Greer.