πŸ’’ Why Vlogging In the Philippines Isn't Easy.πŸ™Ž

Watch the video below as I visited a public place in Makati and the security guard stopped me while recording video. He said “Bawal yang ginagawa mo sir?” Until now, I can’t still understand what made video recording as security threat especially I was doing it in a public area.

Vlog is now a new flat form of sharing content online.  A video blog or video log, usually shortened to vlog is a form of blog for which the medium is video, and is a form of web television. Vlog entries often combine embedded video (or a video link) with supporting text, images, and other metadata. Entries can be recorded in one take or cut into multiple parts. The vlog category is popular on YouTube.

I am a blogger but I decided to do a Vlog lately because of the rapid change of needs in online media. My readers preferred watching videos rather than reading my article. Indeed, Vlog is more interactive. Joining in a Vlog World is not that easy for me. It takes courage and sacrifice to run a Youtube Channel especially I am a full time employee.

Blog is totally different from Vlog because in Blog- you can seek perfection through editing the photos and editing the articles before you publish. To be honest, you can pretend in your Blog post but in Vlog, you have to be yourself because viewers are now wiser in watching and subscribing channel. It is a rough transition for me but I still have to be flexible especially in a fast pacing world – online users are lazy to read articles ; they opted watching videos instead.

In the Philippines, Vlog is very fresh. In fact as a Vlogger I’m really having hard time recording outdoor video since security guards consider it as a security threat.  Recording video and talking in front your camera is very awkward because people will stare on you while doing it in public - they find it so strange that someone is talking to the camera; unlike doing selfie Filipinos are used to it.


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