Point of view shot

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A point of view shot (also known as POV shot, first-person shot or a subjective camera) is a type of shot in a movie. It shows what a person is looking at. The angle of the camera is from the view of the character. The shot is subjective, because it shows the point of view of a character. It is what the character is experiencing. These shots can show emotion. The shot is often combined with an image of the character.[1]

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  1. Team, N. F. I. (2021-12-29). "Point of View Shot - Everything You Need to Know". NFI. Retrieved 2022-07-15.