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

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

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.

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!

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Outlaw in the Landscape photography Magazine

If you are a landscape photographer or just enjoy viewing the absolute best landscape photos then you probably already subscribe to the Landscape photography Magazine if not its time you did, this months issue starts with a shot you should recognise from NOPS member Chris Newham
Beauty by emily

AutoGrass Racing

Themes, Themes, Themes, love, loath or hate, they do get you thinking.

SPORT

Well I think its fair to say I haven’t got any, so thanks to a post by Vin Scothern ( I was drawn by the impression of speed ) grass track racing looked interesting.

So a quick message and some google searches I found Nottingham Autograss based at the Oxton Raceway.

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battered-and-worn-but-still-standing-by-chris-newham

Interclub battle with James Maude Camera Club

Thursday 6 March saw our first interclub competition of the year the James Maude Camera Club.This year it’s been a two legged race, with the first leg being held at home and the second leg being held at James Maude’s club room.

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  • Events on Apr 24th
    • 24 Apr

      Club competition

      12:00 am
      Location: NOPS Clubroom

      Competition – 2nd Projected (Open & Themed) "Squares" Judge – Mr Steve MYALL Please note that all entries have to be with the competition secretary by the night before the competition. Entries received after this time without special agreement, may be rejected. For details on how to correctly size etc, please refer to the club website. Costs: • Members £1.00 • Visitors £2.00 Updated 15.10.2013 by LW

  • Events on May 1st
    • 1 May

      Lecture - Three generations in Shanghai

      12:00 am
      Location: NOPS Clubroom

      Lecture - Three generations in Shanghai Presenter - Lois WEBB Photographs from 3 generations of Lois's family covering the city of Shanghai. My Grandad (1930-1932), My Dad (Spring 1980) and I (2007 to 2012) have spent time in Shanghai. Each era is significantly different from the others. My Grandad show the military defense of the city when it was threatened with occupation by the Japanese. My Dad shows a population struggling to adjust to open borders where the people still need a licence to ride a bike and they wear blue Mao suits (the lab messed up the processing of his slides which he was gutted about but I like the retro colour cast). My pictures show a modern developed city with sophisticated residents. Costs: • Members £1.00 • Visitors £2.00 Updated 15.11.2013 by LW

  • Events on May 2nd
    • 2 May

      Closing date Robin Hood Open

      12:00 am

      Annual competition from Nottingham and Notts. Images accepted into the 2014 Exhibition will count towards BPE Crown Awards. http://www.robinhoodexhibition.co.uk Updated 04.02.2014 by LW

  • Events on May 8th
    • 8 May

      Outside Event - To Grad or not to Grad

      12:00 am
      Location: TBC

      An experimental evening on the use or rather the non-use of Grad filters. Do we need them or can bracketing and software get around the problems of large exposure variations Updated 05.11.2013 by LW

  • Events on May 13th
    • 13 May

      NOPS Committee Meeting

      12:00 am
      Location: The Richard Herrod Centre, Foxhill Road, Carlton, United Kingdom