What are subjective and objective camera angles?

by Peter D. Marshall

1. a subjective camera angle is a shot taken close to the 180 line (you can see the face and eyes more clearly)

2. an objective camera angle is a shot taken perpendicular to the 180 line (it is wider – more profile to the actor)

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