The Nottingham Outlaws photographic society is an inspiring, friendly camera club based in Carlton, Nottingham.

There is a very informal and relaxed atmosphere to meetings and the varied programme includes inspiring lectures, practical evenings and monthly photographic competitions throughout the year.

Meetings are held throughout the year from 8-10pm almost every Thursday evening at the Richard Herrod Leisure Centre in Carlton.

New members are always welcome. If you are interested in joining us then come along for a week or two before you make a decision. Take a look at the membership page for further details.

For more information on anything else please get in touch!


Despite facing another competition in lockdown away from the Nottingham Outlaws club house, members committed once again to a remote competition with some excellent PDI submissions. John Young presents his usual report on the evenings proceedings…

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Outlaws internal competition report for April

With the current climate amid the Covid-19 crisis, things had reached a standstill as far as club events with such meetings being held in a reduced format using online facilities. April 30th however saw an attempt at returning to the usual competition schedule but with a twist, this this event was held entirely online. John Young presents his usual competition report…

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Outlaws announce David Keep workshop open to the public

The Nottingham Outlaws Photographic Society are hosting David Keep who will be presenting his  “How to Create Competition Winning Images” full day workshop on Saturday 23rd May 2020 at the NOPS clubroom in the Richard Herrod Centre (Foxhill Rd, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 1RL).
This event runs from 10am until 4pm and is open to the public as well as members, the Cost for the day is £40 per person. Tea and coffee will be provided but you will need to bring a packed lunch. Click full story for more information.

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February’s internal NOPS competition report

After last months members choice competition, the first contest contributing to 2020’s Outlaw of the year award took place on Thursday. A strong collecting of DPI images ensured a great start to the campaign and say six images in total receiving the full 20 mark score. Internal competition secretary John Young presents his report…

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Traditionally at the Nottingham Outlaws PS the first competition of the year is the members choice and this year was no exception. Internal competition secretary John Young kicks off 2020 with his first report on the evenings event…

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Novembers internal competition report

Thursday evening saw the 10th and final internal competition of this term contributing toward the ‘Outlaw Of The Year’ award at the NOPS club room and, after a nice selection of images, the winners of both print and PDI awards were announced.
Internal competition secretary John Young presents his final report of the year for this competition…

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