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This is a web based group for anyone interested in photography in the Northern Tablelands of NSW, Australia. All skill levels and camera types are welcome to join. The aim of this group is to enable those in the region interested in photography to get to know each other, to disseminate information about photography and to arrange activities.

If interested please sign up. There are no costs or obligations.

Northern Tablelands Photography Meetup Group

Hoping to see you there.


Terry Cooke

This is a community project to create a quality, commercially published, book of New England High Country photography from photographs submitted by local and visiting photographers.

An overview of the project: Project Overview

Check out contributed photos:  NEHC 100 Photographer Photos  To join click on “Join Group”

Get started and contribute RIGHT NOW:   How to contribute your photos

Hints on taking good photographs:  Taking good photos

More details on the project:  Project Plan

I am really looking forward to seeing your photos in the project.

Please circulate to friends, communiy groups and schools.


Terry Cooke

This is a great article by New Zealand Geographic that gives you a good idea of what judges consider when judging photos.

How to win

My photographs can be found at …

Terry Cooke’s Photographs

In late 2015 I will be running Beginner and Advanced Digital Photography classes. Details of the classes can be found at …


Please email me if you are interested.

New England High Country - Contrast and Colour

My crowdfunded photography book, “New England High Country – Contrast and Colour”, was successfully launched on Saturday 15 November by Bruce Menzies at The Armidale Art Gallery. From the comments below you will see that the book has been very well received. It is now available for sale at various outlets including The Armidale Visitors Centre, NERAM, Reader’s Companion and The Armidale Art Gallery. RRP $45. A great gift for visitors and when travelling.

For what people think of the book please check out …


Terry Cooke

3 December 2014