In the context of the current pan-video entertainment, this project studies the Vlog in We Media, and reflects the narrative ability derived or changed by the media form of recording personal history in the replacement of media language and media. I analysed its immersive lens language and narrative structure of self-description, then explored how its video form is symbolised, and compared it with the narrative of text diary. Finally, I found that images frame people's space for imagination with objective representation.
I blended the rich imagination brought by traditional text diaries with the basic features of contemporary video. Then I used video scenes instead of words to describe, thus transforming the language logic into picture relations, thus showing the directivity and fictionality of images. In this way, I reflect on whether people are lost in the surreality simulated by videos because of the directivity of the real scenes under the impact of the expanding video world.