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Personal Information

- CV holder full name
- Address: country, city, zip-code
- Contact info: cell phone no, email

Career Objective

Resuming my career as "tone artist" in an environment where I can express my experience and skills.

Professional Work Experience

Job Title: Tone artist - Company: [ organization name ]
From: [ joining date ], To: [ leaving date ]. Reason of leave: Would be explained during the interview.

My Employment 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..

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