OBJECTIVE TREATMENT: An objective treatment of a scene is the most common use of the camera in film and television; we are simply presented with what is before the camera in the diegesis of the narrative. We are not seeing the scene through the perspective of any specific character, as we do in POV shots or in a subjective treatment of events. "Objective treatment" corresponds to "third-person narration" in literature.






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