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Lithographer Retoucher Job Cover Letter

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Lithographer Retoucher Job Cover Letter Template
This sample lithographer retoucher job cover letter shows details such as sender and receiver information, using of work experience, and how to express your interest to the hiring manager.
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Example for Lithographer Retoucher
From / Sender Column
(Applicant full name)
(Applicant Address)
(Applicant contact no.)
(Applicant email address)
To / Receiver Column
(Employer title/Name)
(Employer position)
(Organization name)
(Organization address)

Dear Hiring Manager:

This is to express my interest in "lithographer retoucher" position advertised on June 13, 2014; My resume is enclosed for your review. Given my closely experience and excellent capabilities I would appreciate your consideration for this job. My work experience and duties are an ideal match for this position and cover all job requirements.

Your Requirements:

Expert Lithographer Retoucher with at least 2 years of experience, excellent covers all position duties.

My Matching Experience:

For 3 years I worked as Lithographer Retoucher, My Responsibilities were to:

1) Increase or reduces size of photographic dots by chemical or photomechanical methods to make color corrections on halftone negatives or positives to be used in preparation of lithographic printing plates

2) Examine film on light table to define specified color color balance, using magnifying glass or densitometer

3) Compare proof print of color separation negative or positive with customers original sample or copy standard color chart for defining accuracy of reproduction

4) Identify and marks color discrepancies on print film

5) Prepare dyes or other chemical solutions according to standard formulas applies solution to inaccurately colored areas of film to correct color by chemical method

6) Block out or modifies color shades of film, using template, brushes, and opaque

7) Prepare photographic masks to protect areas of film not needing correction, using contact frame automatic film processor or by manually cutting masking material, to correct color by photomechanical method

8) Determine extent of correction and exposure length needed based on experience or predetermined exposure color charts

9) Place masks over separation negatives or positives and exposes film for specified time, using contact frame automatic film processor to reduce size of photographic dots to increase or reduce color

10) Apply opaque to defective areas of film to block out blemishes pinholes.

I appreciate your time taken to review my credentials and experience.

I look forward to being interviewed at your earliest convenience. Lot of thanks for your consideration and care.

(Sender/your name)

Enc: Resume

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