Au cinéma, on distingue les vues dites en caméra subjective, ou plans subjectifs, des vues dites en caméra objective.

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  • Au cinéma, on distingue les vues dites en caméra subjective, ou plans subjectifs, des vues dites en caméra objective.
  • Bakış açısı çekimi, teriminin kesinleşmiş tek ve doğru bir tanımı yoktur; çeşitli şekillerde verilebilir. Genelde karakterin yüzünü yakın veya bel planda gördükten, ayrıca gördüğü şeye tepkisini de gördükten sonra karakterin gözünden gördüğü şeyin göründüğü çekim. Bu tip çekimler farklı formalarda da yapılabilir. Örneğin, bazen karakterin omzu üzerinden de bakış açısı çekimi yapılır veya 2-3 karakterin bakış açıları tek bir ortak açıdan verilebilir.
  • A point of view shot (also known as POV shot or a subjective camera) is a short film scene that shows what a character (the subject) is looking at (represented through the camera). It is usually established by being positioned between a shot of a character looking at something, and a shot showing the character's reaction (see shot reverse shot). The technique of POV is one of the foundations of film editing.A POV shot need not be the strict point-of-view of an actual single character in a film. Sometimes the point-of-view shot is taken over the shoulder of the character (third person), who remains visible on the screen. Sometimes a POV shot is "shared" ("dual" or "triple"), i.e. it represents the joint POV of two (or more) characters.Point-of-view, or simply p.o.v., camera angles record the scene from a particular player's viewpoint. The point-of-view is an objective angle, but since it falls between the objective and subjective angle, it should be placed in a separate category and given special consideration. A point-of-view shot is as close as an objective shot can approach a subjective shot—and still remain objective. The camera is positioned at the side of a subjective player—whose viewpoint is being depicted—so that the audience is given the impression they are standing cheek-to-cheek with the off-screen player. The viewer does not see the event through the player's eyes, as in a subjective shot in which the camera trades places with the screen player. He sees the event from the player's viewpoint, as if standing alongside him. Thus, the camera angle remains objective, since it is an unseen observer not involved in the action." —Joseph V. Mascelli, The Five C's of CinematographyA POV shot need not be established by strictly visual means. The manipulation of diegetic sounds can be used to emphasize a particular character's POV.It makes little sense to say that a shot is "inherently" POV; it is the editing of the POV shot within a sequence of shots that determines POV. Nor can the establishment of a POV shot be isolated from other elements of filmmaking—mise en scene, acting, camera placement, editing, and special effects can all contribute to the establishment of POV.With some POV shots when an animal is the chosen character, the shot will look distorted or black and white.
  • Ein Point-of-View-Shot (engl., etwa: Einstellung mit einem bestimmten Standpunkt, Abkürzung POV-Shot) ist in der Filmtheorie eine Einstellung, die den Zuschauern einen Blick durch die Augen einer Figur der dargestellten Handlung ermöglicht. Der entsprechende deutsche Begriff lautet subjektive Kamera oder subjektive Einstellung, kurz Subjektive. Eine subjektive Einstellung ist häufig eine von zwei direkt aufeinanderfolgenden Einstellungen: Die eine Einstellung zeigt eine Figur, die irgendwo hin blickt, meist auf einen Punkt außerhalb des Bildes. Die andere Einstellung (der eigentliche POV-Shot) zeigt das, was die Figur betrachtet, von der Position der Figur aus gefilmt.In welcher Reihenfolge diese Einstellungen geschnitten werden, ist nicht zwingend. Das heißt, es ist einerseits möglich, zuerst den POV-Shot zu zeigen und ihn erst anschließend als solchen kenntlich zu machen, wenn nämlich in der folgenden Einstellung die blickende Person gezeigt wird. Oder aber man zeigt erst die blickende Person und dann den POV-Shot.POV-Shots sind illusionierend, d. h., der Zuschauer fühlt sich in die Handlung hineinversetzt. Oft sind POV-Shots technisch verfremdet: Unschärfe signalisiert etwa den Blick eines Brillenträgers ohne Brille. Die Subjektivierung des POV-Shots wird oft widersprüchlich kombiniert mit einer Objektivierung durch technische Geräte, etwa dem Blick durch Fernrohre oder Nachtsichtgeräte. Beides erhöht den Eindruck der Authentizität.Manchmal werden POV-Shots durch auffällig bewegte, scheinbar unprofessionelle Kameraführung (Handkamera, Steadicam) deutlich gemacht.
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  • Au cinéma, on distingue les vues dites en caméra subjective, ou plans subjectifs, des vues dites en caméra objective.
  • Bakış açısı çekimi, teriminin kesinleşmiş tek ve doğru bir tanımı yoktur; çeşitli şekillerde verilebilir. Genelde karakterin yüzünü yakın veya bel planda gördükten, ayrıca gördüğü şeye tepkisini de gördükten sonra karakterin gözünden gördüğü şeyin göründüğü çekim. Bu tip çekimler farklı formalarda da yapılabilir. Örneğin, bazen karakterin omzu üzerinden de bakış açısı çekimi yapılır veya 2-3 karakterin bakış açıları tek bir ortak açıdan verilebilir.
  • A point of view shot (also known as POV shot or a subjective camera) is a short film scene that shows what a character (the subject) is looking at (represented through the camera). It is usually established by being positioned between a shot of a character looking at something, and a shot showing the character's reaction (see shot reverse shot). The technique of POV is one of the foundations of film editing.A POV shot need not be the strict point-of-view of an actual single character in a film.
  • Ein Point-of-View-Shot (engl., etwa: Einstellung mit einem bestimmten Standpunkt, Abkürzung POV-Shot) ist in der Filmtheorie eine Einstellung, die den Zuschauern einen Blick durch die Augen einer Figur der dargestellten Handlung ermöglicht. Der entsprechende deutsche Begriff lautet subjektive Kamera oder subjektive Einstellung, kurz Subjektive.
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  • Caméra objective et subjective
  • Bakış açısı çekimi
  • Point of view shot
  • Point-of-View-Shot
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