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Tutor profile: Audrey M.

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Subject: American Sign Language

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Is there a difference between American Sign Language and Signed English?

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Answer:

Yes, Signed English has a different word order than American Sign Language. Signed English follows the word order of spoken English while American Sign Language uses various structures such as Time-Subject-Word-Object and Topic-Comment.

Subject: Film and Theater

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How does lighting affect the mood in film or theatre?

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Lighting has four main qualities that affect the mood: color, intensity, movement, and angle. Each of these qualities create different feelings that affect the audience. For example, if red light is used it could mean anger or romance depending on the context. The angle of light could be used to cast shadows. For example, a light shining straight down on a person creates shadows and tension while light from the front looks more natural.

Subject: Photoshop

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How would I edit the color of an object in Photoshop?

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Audrey M.
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Open your image then use one of the lasso tools on the right side menu to select what part of the image you want to color. Go to the top menu and select Image and then Adjustments and then Color Balance. Here you can adjust the sliders to pick what color you want your object to be.

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