Printing Mastery

Toronto, Canada : May 5 – 6, 2012
& Algonquin Park, May 7 – 8 

44 Wide Teaching Studio

This unique workshop is sponsored by44 Wide, a leading Canadian print studio, gallery and education center.

Mark and Michael need little introduction. Both are highly regarded around the world for the quality of their images and their printing. Both are acclaimed educators who regularly teach sold-out printing workshops.

On the weekend of May 5 – 6, at44 Widein Toronto, Michael and Mark will be teaching a two day advanced workshop on printing. There will be 17 seats available. The weekend will begin in Friday evening with an exhibit of work by Mark and Michael. This will be open to the public, and refreshments will be served. Prints will be available for sale.

44 Wide Gallery Space

The printing workshop will take place on Saturday from 10AM till 5PM, and Sunday from 10AM till 4PM. Topics covered will include image processing in Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS 5.5, and printing from Lightroom, Photoshop and Imageprint.

There will be Epson 9900, 11880 and 3880 printers available. These are networked to each student’s provided iMac workstation, and all materials used in prints made by attendees are included in the tuition fee.

A catered lunch will be provided on both days.

On Monday and Tuesday, May 7 – 8, Michael, Mark, and Thomas from 44 Wide, will also be offering an optional Spring Workshop/Shoot in Algonquin Park, north of Toronto. This shoot will be limited to just nine attendees. Registration preference for the Algonquin shoot will be given to those who also attend the weekend printing seminar.


Friday, May 4: Evening gallery show opening reception. Open to the public.

Saturday & Sunday, May 4 – 5: Printing Mastery Workshop. $1,250. Includes lunch both days and printing supplies

Monday & Tuesday, May 7 – 8: Algonquin Park Spring Shoot. $995;  Includes hotel, meals, and transportation to and from Toronto. ($2,145 for both the printing seminar and the shoot)

For More Information and to register for the printing seminar
and / or Algonquin shoot please contact
Thomas Moran