Harvest 2019: Final chance to get your photo on FW’s cover

There are just days left to enter Farmers Weekly’s harvest photo competition, which gives readers the rare chance to get their sensational snap on to the front cover of agriculture’s best read magazine.

Ahead of the competition deadline of midnight Sunday, 8 September, loyal readers have uploaded over 1,000 images to the harvest 2019 gallery on FWi – a record number of entries.

The winning harvest shot will be revealed on 20 September, along with several runners-up. This competition is open to all amateur photographers – the photo must be your own and taken this year. There is no limit to the number of entries you can submit.

See also: 6 super snapshots of harvest 2019

How to enter

Visit our harvest 2019 gallery to upload your photos and videos, check out what others have been sharing and to read the full terms and conditions of the competition.

When uploading your entries, don’t forget to add a short description telling us where the photo was taken and what it shows.

See also: Tips for farm photography from an FW photo competition winner

Top tip – cover-worthy images will need to be high-resolution (that’s about 2,400 pixels wide or a minimum 2MB file size) and able to be cropped to a square.

For inspiration, check out last year’s winning harvest photo and the runners-up.

We will also be sharing our favourite harvest photos and videos on our FacebookTwitter and Instagram pages – so keep an eye out.

Some of our favourites so far…

We’ve picked a handful of our top shots so far to give a flavour of the high standard of entries to this year’s photo competition. Go to the harvest 2019 gallery to enter the competition.

Claas baling by Connor Walker

Claas baling by Connor Walker

Combine silhouette by Lucy Hall

Combine silhouette by Lucy Hall

Harvest upshot by James Keir

Harvest upshot by James Keir

Bird's eye harvest by Tim Rook

Bird’s eye harvest by Tim Rook

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