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Tim Scrivener wins Guild’s 2015 Arable photography

By 25th September 2015July 27th, 2023No Comments

Freelance photographer Tim Scrivener won the Guild’s 2015 Arable Photography Award, sponsored by DuPont Agriculture.

Judges described his winning photo – of harvesting barley in Lincolnshire – as nicely framed and well shot, with good depth of field and attention to exposure.

They said Tim’s photo encapsulated the typical British harvest – with the going down of the sun signalling the start of another shift for as long as the weather holds.

The photo was published as a Farmers Weekly front cover in July 2014.

Chris McCullough was runner-up. Judges said his photo of a combine harvester unloading grain into a trailer was well-balanced for light and composition, with a wonderful use of parallel use of parallel lines drawing the eye to the frozen movement of the grain.

They described it as a neat competition and frame-filling subject.

Coming a very close second, Chris’s photo was published in Farm Week in July 2014.