Results for: "Lithographers" in "Johannesburg, South Africa"

Page 1 | Listing 1 - 7 of 7

14 Crucible Rd

Crucible Rd

Johannesburg

2094

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.21169

28.07248

12 Meikle St

Meikle St

Johannesburg

2000

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20906

28.05388

5 Fourth St

Fourth St

Johannesburg

2091

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.23209

28.01433

15 Hulbert Rd

Hulbert Rd

Johannesburg

2001

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.21737

28.04574

7 Hans St

Walem House

Hans St

Johannesburg

2094

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20831

28.06596

210 Fox St

Fox St

Johannesburg

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.20499

28.05267

industrial & commercial consul...

100-5th Ave

GR Bldg

100-5th Ave

Johannesburg

2091

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.2298

28.01547

Lithographers

Lithographers are professionals trained in offset or planographic printing. Lithographers practice a highly skilled trade. The profession requires both technical and artistic expertise. Qualified lithographers work in print shops and assist artists to reproduce their work. Skilled lithographers can open their own shops. There are a number of lithographers that are available online. Lithographers are also known as printing and duplication specialists. Digital printing has replaced old lithographic techniques.

Old techniques involved applying ink or gel and photographic emulsions to the plate. Modern technology has made the process easier and faster for lithographers. Lithographers can reproduce artwork and treasured books. To qualify as a lithographer one must complete a course in printing or photography. Lithography normally does not require advanced education. Apprenticeships are done after completion of the course for the qualifying student to gain more practical experience.

 There are a number of colleges in South Africa that offer courses in printing or photography. Students can apply online to study the course. The cost is relatively lower compared to other programmes. Students also have an option to apply for a study loan from banks. Attention to detail, artistic sensibilities and being adept in different types of lithography will be a professional advantage. Lithographers should ensure they maintain clean and well organized places. Highly technical skills will be used to reproduce artistic works in these spaces.

Lithographers

Lithographers are professionals trained in offset or planographic printing. Lithographers practice a highly skilled trade. The profession requires both technical and artistic expertise. Qualified lithographers work in print shops and assist artists to reproduce their work. Skilled lithographers can open their own shops. There are a number of lithographers that are available online. Lithographers are also known as printing and duplication specialists. Digital printing has replaced old lithographic techniques.

Old techniques involved applying ink or gel and photographic emulsions to the plate. Modern technology has made the process easier and faster for lithographers. Lithographers can reproduce artwork and treasured books. To qualify as a lithographer one must complete a course in printing or photography. Lithography normally does not require advanced education. Apprenticeships are done after completion of the course for the qualifying student to gain more practical experience.

 There are a number of colleges in South Africa that offer courses in printing or photography. Students can apply online to study the course. The cost is relatively lower compared to other programmes. Students also have an option to apply for a study loan from banks. Attention to detail, artistic sensibilities and being adept in different types of lithography will be a professional advantage. Lithographers should ensure they maintain clean and well organized places. Highly technical skills will be used to reproduce artistic works in these spaces.
...Read More