Welcome to Cam-Era

Cam-era are a group of people who like taking photographs. The group was formed from a ‘User group’ developed by the Nottingham Photographers’ Hub during 2013. It is supported by the Big Lottery Fund

Elemental - part of Nottingham's Mental Health week

Elemental – part of Nottingham’s Mental Health week

Nottingham Photographers’ Hub presents Elemental Friday 8th May 2015 5pm – 7pm at Nottingham Photographers’ Hub, 25 Hockley, Nottingham, NG1 4FH The Nottingham Photographers’ Hub is hosting a unique art event showcasing the work of photographic artists. ‘Elemental’ is inspired by the four elements. Cam-Era is a small group of...
Helping Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service

Helping Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service

The Nottingham Volunteer Awards were organised in partnership between Nottingham CVS, the Bestwood Partnership, the Lenton Centre, the Partnership Council and a number of other local charities. The winners were announced on Friday 14 November for the Nottingham Volunteer Awards 2014 – a celebration of the key contribution made to...
Helping Stonebridge City Farm

Helping Stonebridge City Farm

Some members of Cam-Era recently carried out a photoshoot on behalf of Nottingham City Farm. We are currently considering offering a photography service for Charities and NGO’s in the Nottingham area, so if you work for a local Charity and need some help creating images for your marketing needs, please...
With a Twist

With a Twist

Our next event is With a Twist Friday 10th October 2014 is World Mental Health Day: a globally designated time for everyone (sane or otherwise) to try to consider and celebrate, educate and advocate about mental health issues worldwide. Its primary aim is to raise individuals’ awareness of what mental illness...
Some of the work submitted by participants on our courses

Some of the work submitted by participants on our courses

Over the past two years many people have attended our photography courses, and as part of World Mental Health day 2013 we showcased their work in our gallery. Here is a sample of the work produced by the talented participants.  
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NCVS Volunteering awards ceremony

Five representatives of Cam-era with our client, the NCVS, to discuss the job specification and then then undertook a photoshoot which involved taking photographs of over 30 volunteer nominees which were then compiled by NCVS into a brochure. These were distributed to over 100 people attending the Ceremony which took place on 14 November 2015 at the Park Plaza...
Well done Mark

Well done Mark

You have probably seen this image everywhere in Nottingham, and wondered where the image came from, well one of formers students, and current joint Chair of Cam-Era, Mark Lindsay, is the artist who created the image, and is now being used by Cancer Research UK. Well done Mark !
Cam-Era summer outing 2014

Cam-Era summer outing 2014

Each year we hire a minibus and take a trip out to photograph some of the lovely countryside near Nottingham. This year we visited Padley Gorge and Curbar Edge in Derbyshire.  
Launch of Manipulated exhibiton

Launch of Manipulated exhibiton

We had a great launch of the Manipulate exhibition at the New Art Exchange today, as nearly a 100 people turned up to support Mark, Kaye, Charlotte and David.  The exhibition runs until the end March so there will be plenty of tie to catch to show. The following are statements written by the artists themselves ;...
Hinged Exhibition (part of World Mental Health day 2013)

Hinged Exhibition (part of World Mental Health day 2013)

Thursday 10th October 2013 is World Mental Health Day: a globally designated time for everyone (sane or otherwise) to try to consider and celebrate, educate and advocate about mental health issues worldwide. Its primary aim is to raise individuals’ awareness of what mental illness is and how it can impact on lives both singularly and...
Illuminated Exhibition

Illuminated Exhibition

Illuminated: Inside Perspectives of Mental Health The New Art Exchange and the Nottingham Photographers’ Hub showcases photographs by four artists who have experienced severe bouts of mental illness. Doubtless one of the most long standing and deeply contested issues spanning the philosophical, theological and clinical worlds “mental illness”, to this day, remains unresolvedly inscrutable mockingly...