g. Camera angles can also be defined in terms of objective and subjective.
(1) A subjective camera angle gives the viewer the illusion of personal
experience. The camera acts as the eyes of the audience. The viewer feels as
if he has traded places with the talent in the production and sees the event
through the talent's eyes. The camera acts as the eyes of the audience. Think
of the personal involvement of the subjective camera on the roller coaster.
This gives the audience the illusion that he is in the scene. In other words,
the camera exchanges places with the talent (fig 3-45).
(2) An objective camera angle gives the viewer the illusion that he is
on the sidelines (fig 3-46).
Subjective camera angle
Objective camera angle