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Tutor profile: Sam H.

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Subject: Spanish

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Question:

What is the difference between the preterite and the imperfect tense?

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Answer:

The preterite tense is used in Spanish when referring to an event or action that happened either once or a very particular number of times. The imperfect tense is used when talking about something that happened in the past multiple times, or was an old habit.

Subject: Digital Media

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What file format should you save your edited images in photoshop as to upload to the internet?

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Answer:

.JPG, /ONG or .GIF, but never upload a raw file or photoshop file to the internet.

Subject: Photoshop

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How do you read a histogram in Photoshop, and what is it?

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A histogram in Photoshop is a visualization of the amount of darks, midtones, and highlights in an image. When you open the histogram in Photoshop, you will see a graph that will have tall lines and short lines. The X axis on the graph is the shadows, midtones, and highlights. The Y axis is the amount. So, for example: if you are looking at an overexposed image, your histogram would appear to have a high line in the highlight section of the histogram. Basically, you can tell the levels of light from this graph.

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