Exhibition with Nottingham Outlaws photographic society

Exhibition with NOPS
Exhibition with NOPS
Exhibition with NOPS

This year started off in a big style. Already my second exhibition this year…and still more to come later. Exciting times ūüôā

I am a member of Nottingham Outlaws photographic society (NOPS) and this exhibition is a showcase of our work . Presenting  wide variety of work from members of our club.

You can visit the exhibition at the first floor gallery space of the Central Library on Angel Row in Nottingham.

The exhibition is now open with free admission and available to view during the usual opening hours of the library until March 28th.

More info HERE.

NEMPF Exhibition 2015

Results of NEMPF exhibition 2015 (North and East Midlands Photographic Federation)  are announced.
I am very pleased to tell –¬†¬†4 of my images has been accepted this year.
2 prints:
Glencoe evening and Whitby Abbey
2 digital :
John the tattoo artist and LLanddwyn Island

Accepted images:

Quick overal NEMPF 2015 exhibition statistic :

  • 333 entrants from 36 camera clubs
  • 2557 images submited
  • 527 images accepted

My home club ( Nottingham Outlaws)  finished in Second place in Hiscox Trophy. Massive congratulation to all colleagues from the club whose images has been also accepted. This is a great achievement for our club. Short summary is here.

On Saturday (17 jan 2015 ) I went to see the exhibition and I was very pleased with it. All prints beautifully presented in rather nice Mansfield museum space.

 

What can I say , not a bad way to start the new year ūüôā

 

Last Club Competition of the 2013

CHAMOIS (Rupicapra pyrenaica)

In my home photoclub (Nottingham Outlaws) we have competitions through whole year, but  the last one is the biggest one.

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A trip called Kit Kat

Nikon D700

It’s more than a year , since I become a member of Nottingham Outlaws photographic society. When I joined last year, I was told that every year there is photo trip organised by the club. This time destination was Morecambe.

Morecambe as location was not very inspiring and we took to the Lake District or the North York moors for photo inspiration, so in all the location was reasonably central.

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