Paul Gallagher’s Transitions

05 November 2017

11:00 - 15:00

Old Basing Village Hall, Basingstoke
Old Basing Village Hall
The St
Old Basing
United Kingdom
RG24 7DA

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RPS Member£15.00 
Non RPS Member£25.00 



Due to ill health Paul Gallagher has had to cancel his Transitions Talk scheduled on the 5th November in Old Basing Village hall.

This is a great disappointment as, I know, both Paul and all our RPS and non RPS members were very much looking forward to the event.

Paul has said that, once fully fit again he would love to re-schedule the event hopefully in the 2018 / 2019 calendar.

I have asked RPS Fenton House to make full refunds to all who have booked.

I am sorry to disappoint you all, but I hope you understand the situation and wish Paul a speedy recovery.


David Ashcroft LRPS

Secretary, RPS Southern Region Committee.

18th October 2017



Transitions is Paul Gallagher’s newest lecture which is receiving wide critical acclaim in the UK. The lecture is an exploration of Paul’s transition from using large formal film cameras and working solely in black and white to him using digital cameras. During this lecture Paul also discusses his transition into more colour photography and also digital infrared black and white. The images used during this lecture have not been seen in the public eye very much at all and they include photographs made on Paul’s travels around the world including Iceland, Arctic Norway and various states of America as well as his beloved Scottish Highlands and Islands.

About Paul

Paul Gallagher ARPS has been a professional landscape photographer for over 30 years and is also regarded as a Master Printer dedicating his photography to Northern England, the Scottish Highlands and further afield around the world.

Although Paul dedicated over 25 years to using large format cameras and wet dark room printing, he now mainly uses digital equipment for both capture and printing. Paul has always been passionate about printmaking and in 2010 his company took over the Epson Print Academy UK to teach the skills of the digital dark room and fine digital print making in both black and white and colour. Paul is a much sought after lecturer and speaker and has spoken in many countries as well as photographic societies throughout the UK.

Paul runs landscape photography field workshops in the UK and around the world for his company Aspect2i, which he is a founder. He has received many commissions from organisations such as the Environment Agency and the BBC and his work has been used extensively by Epson, Ilford and Permajet to name a few.

Paul has written extensively for photographic press about his techniques and approach to landscape photography and digital image production for many years.  Paul is a writer for the Professional Image Maker Magazine and also holds regular exhibitions of his work.  His book “Aspects of Expression” discussing the expressive monochrome image was commissioned by Argentum and released in October 2008.  Paul’s fine art limited edition book “Chords of Grey” was released in 2010 supported by a two week exhibition in the gallery@oxo in London. “Chords of Grey” has achieved 5 awards to date. Pauls new book “Exploring Black and White Photography, A Master Class” released in September 2015 has received “Best Seller” status.

Images © Paul Gallagher ARPS

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Those wishing to attend are asked to register and pay through the RPS website. In the event that there are any problems with this process, such as problems with your email being recognised or issues logging on, please contact the Membership Department at Fenton House, Bath, email: or telephone 01225 325743.

Opening times

Start 10am - Finish 3pm

Cancellation policy

Please inform The Society as early as possible if you have to cancel your attendance. We are unable to refund your payment less than fourteen days beforehand.

Hearing and access requirements * Flat entrance * Lift on all floors * Disabled drop-off point behind the theatre (Wharf Road) * Disabled parking bays (Bear Lane Car Park) * Guide dogs welcome * Auditorium has an induction loop for the hearing impaired * The cinema has five headsets for use where audio description track is available * The cinema has an infrared hearing support system

David Ashcroft LRPS
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Region: SouthernGroup(s): Landscape