We have an inevitable tendency to "perform" when we know we are in front of a camera that I call our "on-screen mask". Basically, if we know there is a camera in the room recording, we are bound to act slightly different and become a "performer," even if we try our best not to. One thing I desire as I continue making videos is to come off as natural as possible, without the content looking like it's scripted and rehearsed, because I really dislike watching popular videos where it's obvious it's fake. Prime example: the Logan Paul "Colorblind glasses" reaction video. It irks me that people would believe his reaction was genuine. What do you guys think? Is there such a thing as our on screen mask and is it necessarily a bad thing? Maybe I'm wrong.