Taking on a New Take – Jacob Adams

“Today, I take a look at one of my favorite filmmaker; and his blog that tells his story.”

Take a Look at it Here!

Simon Cade, a filmmaker, and host of DSLRguide has been producing films since the age of 11. I have been following Simon’s work for as long as I also have been producing films. On YouTube, I watched his channel grow from 50 thousand subscribers to well over 800k at the time of writing this. From simple audio recording tips to professional cinematic color grades. His blog and youtube channel are some of my favorite places to learn about filmmaking. One of my favorite posts is “How to Make a Dramatic Movie Trailer” but with a catch, he couldn’t film any of the footage he used. This meant he had to use stock footage, forcing him to focus on the edit and how the clips tied together. I learned a lot from Simon as I too grew through my filmmaking journey.
Even something as simple as an introduction to filmmaking for beginners takes on a cinematic feeling as Simon tells how a film should be made with several scrabble pieces, aligning to form words. Each blog post covers the behind the scenes of the video, “…literally hundreds of tiny sounds, from the ‘click’ sound of two pieces hitting each other, to the sound of every piece scraping the table as it moved…”  His young age brings on a great contrast to the sometimes older age, boring industry but through it, he stays professional and serious.

“I want to congratulate Simon on his work, his work attitude, and his great knowledge; having never gone to school for film. “

Here are some of my favorite works of Simon Cade of DSLRguide as well as the blog linked to each of them:

-How to Make a Dramatic Movie Trailer-

Blog: http://dslrguide.tv/how-to-make-a-dramatic-movie-trailer/

-Introduction to Filmmaking for Beginners-

Blog: http://dslrguide.tv/filmmaking-for-beginners/

-Color Grading in Filmmaking-

Blog: http://dslrguide.tv/color-grading-in-filmmaking/

-a film is…-

Blog: http://dslrguide.tv/a-film-is/

-Why I Won’t Buy a New Camera-

Blog: http://dslrguide.tv/why-i-wont-buy-a-new-camera/

-How to Make a Music Video- Blog: http://dslrguide.tv/music-video/

5 thoughts on “Taking on a New Take – Jacob Adams

  1. Alex Garcia

    That’s cool how you followed him through his journey from only having 50k to 800k. But it’s even cooler that you’ve been following him since you were 11 and still follow him to this day.

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  2. Krista

    I love that you are inspired by this guy! It would be amazing to see your own follower progress one day and you can look back on all of this to reflect.

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  3. Dalton W Trim

    I am also a huge fan of cinematography and all it’s steps and processes! thanks for sharing this resource i found it very helpful with information hadn’t even thought of with some of my personal projects. Top notch my man!

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  4. Dustin Tolbert

    Its interesting Jacob Adams and your posting style really appealed me a lot.Let me ask one of my friend to do my essay in AU as these days I am busy in completing my other course lectures.Nice post.

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