FW Photography Competition 2021 – 8 entries to inspire

There’s still time to enter the Farmers Weekly Photography Competition 2021.

You could be in with a chance of winning £250 first prize, with £150 for second place and £100 for third.

It’s also an opportunity to showcase your photos, as we’ll be publishing a selection of our favourites in the magazine, on our website and on social media.

See also: Farmers Weekly Photography Competition 2020 – winners and best of the rest

You can enter as many pictures in as many categories as you like, simply by uploading them to the appropriate gallery. The categories are:

  • Machinery
  • Livestock
  • Landscapes
  • Wildlife
  • People
  • Black and white
  • Pets
  • Young photographer (open to anyone 16 or under on the closing date)

So get out there with your camera, phone or drone and capture some new shots, or dig out the best images you’ve previously taken of farming, the countryside and the people who live there.

For inspiration, here’s a taster of the many lovely shots we’ve seen so far.

Charlie Pearson’s four-legged friend

Dog sitting in field

© Charlie Pearson

Elizabeth Cliff snapped these Charolais in Lincolnshire

Calf peeping behind cattle

© Elizabeth Cliff

Matt Millington was ‘on top of the world’ in north Shropshire

Legs and feet and view of landscape

© Matt Millington

Matt Hoyle spotted this silaging scene in Cumbria

Tractor in field

© Matt Hoyle

A red deer stag, in the Forest of Galloway, as seen through the lens of Rachel Robson


© Rachel Robson

Amelia Jane Balls submitted this hare picture

Hare in field

© Amelia Jane Balls

Emma Sayer focused in black and white when it came to “Little Buttons” the horse


© Emma Sayer

Lucy Griffiths submitted one titled “Smiles in the shearing shed in “Mid-Wales”

Dog cuddled by worker in shed

© Lucy Griffiths

To enter, go to the Farmers Weekly Photography Competition 2021 page for easy-to-follow instructions on how to upload your photos. The closing dates is 15 November 2021.

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