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!

NOPS Urban Portrait challenge. A three week adventure.

Quite a number of our members expressed a wish to learn and understand a bit more about the capturing and processing of urban portraits, one of our members (Phil Beckworth) suggested a photographer he knew. What followed was a three week long exercise organised by club chairman George Reilly. 

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NOPS 1st print competition report

Following an interesting print competition at the Nottingham Outlaws clubroom on Thursday in which Sue Hartley was welcomed back to the club as a judge, competition secretary John Young presents his usual report on the evening…

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Updated competition rules & resizing guide

Following the purchase of a new club projector last year, as well as some changes to competition rules as agreed at the recent AGM, competition secretary John Young has updated both the competition rules and the guide to resizing images for the club website.

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