Thanks to your pushing me Kidwell, I've moved towards images that still represent the different types of vlogger, but away from their clothing. I've also moved towards bigger/stronger typography with out the bars.
So I decided to move towards representing different types of vloggers since they are so diverse, in the scenario that they all need a small tripod for their smart phones while traveling. I've found clothing and typefaces that visual echo the vloggers' specialties.
A community of diversity.
People of all types and ages now document their opinions, daily lives, and humorous skits with video diaries. These are the homegrown performers and producers who represent a new version of the entrepreneur.
Millions of people follow, comment, and interact with this vast Internet based community.
This community even has its own events and awards for innovative, high quality work and popularity.
With the rise of Youtube, the rise of the vlogger has boomed, and continues to grow in our digital age.
Most vloggers have a studio space in their home where they film, and edit. Some have intricate sets and matching decor of their vlog's theme, or some stick with the natural look of there place. Many vloggers even show their workspaces behind them in their videos.
These studios often have computers, cameras, lights, tripods, and microphones.
One obstacle many vloggers face is travel, many travel in order for conventions, meeting up with other vloggers, or for personal reasons, but they still want to continue making videos. Sometimes they need small travel kits for their filming purposes.
Again, the essentials for a blogger are computers, cameras, lights, tripods, and microphones. I was thinking more a portable kit for a vlogger when I was creating this board, focusing on small, mobile devices rather than a large computer set up. Another thought just occured to me, a level for the cameras might also be another good product vloggers could put to use.