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Club Members selected for North & East Midlands Photographic Federation Competition and Exhibition for 2022

We are pleased to announce that 2 members of The Nottingham Outlaws Photographic Society have had prints selected for the North & East Midlands Photographic Federation entry in the PAGB Print Competition and Exhibition for 2022. This Exhibition is a travelling exhibition which tours the country over the next year.

February PDI Competition – Open and Themed February 24th, 2022

On 24th February we held our first PDI competition of the year, at our new venue of St James Church Centre, and we welcomed Phil Howcroft as our judge for the evening.

Club Features in March/April Addition of NG4 Magazine

After the move to our new larger venue the club is actively seeking new members and have got an article in the latest addition of the NG4 magazine.

New member wins trophy after only three months with the club.

It was great to see Andy McDonald win the 2021 David Cawthan Memorial Trophy (Print Competition) only 3 months after joining the Outlaws. Congratulations to Andy!! This competition is held every year in memory of one of our founder members, and the aim of this competition is to show entrants overall competency in different genres […]

Members Images published on Riviera Travel Calendar

Congratulations to John Young, a respected member at Nottingham Outlaws Photographic Society for getting 2 images published in the calendar for Riviera Travel, the river cruise company They have used the images on the front and rear covers and on 2 of the month pages.

Congratulations to Malcolm Nabarro

Congratulations to Malcolm Nabarro who is an esteemed member at Nottingham Outlaws Photographic Society for winning the Best Individual Print Panel at the North & East Midlands Photographic Federation Annual Exhibition 2022To see more of Malcolm’s work check out his website at or on Instagram at

July Open PDI Competition

On 29th July we held our sixth open PDI competition via Zoom and we welcomed Roger Evans as our judge for the evening. There were 43 entries overall, covering a range of subjects. Scores of 17 were scored by Patrick Wallis, Nigel Stewart, Malcolm Nabarro, Lester Woodward, Sally Herbert, Lois Webb and Sue Jackson. Lester […]

Loughborough Treasure Hunt

NOPS members enjoyed an evening exploring Loughborough. We have an annual photography treasure hunt on foot around a location.Members go in search of images that match a theme.This year the themes were;> Birds> Converging Parallels> Decorative doors> Flowers> Food> Lights> Looking Up> Old & New> Reflection> Statue or Sculpture

Pleasley Pit

This pit is located to the North-West of Mansfield. On a very rainy evening NOPS members visited this site that closed as an active coal mine in 1986. It was due to be demolished but great campaigning from local historians and ex-miners led to a last-minute reprieve. Members were given an excellent guided tour inside […]

Papplewick Ponds

Opposite Papplewick Pumping Station there is a small area of pools called Papplewick ponds. Several NOPS members had a socially distanced meeting to explore this area. The pond has a lot of wildlife and is surrounded by reeds, silver birch trees and gorse bushes. The evening finished with a lovely sunset behind the pond.