I try to understand the following version of the Kodaira embedding theorem:

Let $X$ be a compact Kähler manifold. A line bundle $L$ is positiv if and only if it is ample.

I have a problem with the 'easy part' of the proof: An ample line bundle $L$ is positive.

I know (per definition), there exist a positive integer $m > 0$, such the map $\iota_{L^{\otimes m}}: X \rightarrow \mathbb{P}^{n}$ is an embedding. Also I know that I look at the pullback $\iota_{L^{\otimes m}}^{*}\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{n}}(1) \cong L^{\otimes m}$ and when I calculate the curvature I use the Fubini-Study-metric $\omega_{\text{FS}}$. But here, I have my problem(s):

What happens with the positive integer $m$ on the left side of this identification? Why vanish this in the sense, that I don't look at $m$-fold of $\iota_{L^{\otimes m}}^{*}\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{n}}(1)$? Why is the following identification not right?: $\iota_{L^{\otimes m}}^{*}\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{n}}(m) \cong L^{\otimes m}$ Or is it right but the calculation is too difficult? In my opinion it makes more sense and I try to use this and I know, that the transition functions of $\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{n}}(m)$ are the $m$-fold of $\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{n}}(1)$. But I didn't know a hermitian metric for $\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{n}}(m)$, so I couldn't go on with the calculation of the curvature.

Initially I accept 1. and I search a little bit in the internet and I found the same idea to calculate the curvature $\Theta(L^{\otimes m})$. For example the book '

*An Introduction to the Kähler-Ricci Flow*' by Boucksom, Eyssidieux and Guedj (page 104) or the book '*Proceedings of the International Congress of mathematicians*' (page 820) by Demailly: $\Theta(L^{\otimes m}) = \iota_{L^{\otimes m}}^{*}(\omega_{\text{FS}})$ and extracting the $m$-th root of the metric solve the problem. But my problem is the same: What happens with the $m$ in this equation. Isn't it possible to say ' if $h^{m}$ is any hermitian metric on $L^{\otimes m}$ ' and then you calculate the curvature? Perhaps it will be clearer for me, when someone show me this calculation?!

I hope, someone can help me with my dilemma ;-)