Hello friends! I know not all of you are into vlogs on YouTube, but I certainly am!
I've filmed a few vlogs of my own. And I've wanted to try it for over a year now. Where did this vlogging aspiration start? From these folks...
This young lad is Sawyer Hartman. He films daily vlogs, videos for charity, and short films. He sort of peaked my interest for the art of filming. Because he'll test different cameras in some of his daily vlogs and they're beautiful. No joke. And his dog is precious.
Meet Bunny Meyer, known as Grav3yardgirl. She was, I believe, the first channel I subscribed to. From her Thrift Hauls to her Does This Thing Really Work? series, I've enjoyed her outgoing personality. She's not afraid to be herself, and that's truly inspiring.
Colleen Ballinger is too awesome. I can't remember when I started watching her videos, but I think I love Colleen more than Miranda. Both personalities make me laugh, and that's a great thing to give to someone--happiness and entertainment.
I also can't remember when I first watched a Connor Franta video, but I got a feel for his personality immediately. That's a rare thing for YouTube personalities I see. But immediately I know I liked his videos. That's an awesome thing.
I'll be honest, I still haven't seen many of Jaclyn Hill's videos. But something about the videos I've seen inspired me right off the bat. She knows what she's talking about and she has a quirky personality that really drew me in.
I'm going to have to say that Zoe Sugg (Zoella) is my biggest vlogging inspiration. Her videos are always interesting, she has funny collaborations, and she has a style to envy. The first video I saw of hers was her anxiety video. So I loved her immediately.
Thanks for reading! Who are some Youtubers you love? And why? Let me know down below! -Lydia