Light Collective’s One Beam Of Light Photographic Competition
Shortlist Announced for One Beam of Light Competition!
A beam of light is defined as: a ray or collection of parallel rays emitted from the sun or other luminous body. But we know a beam of light is more than this. A single beam of light creates an incredibly powerful and evocative image.
Whether you consider the archetypal shot of rays of light from a cloud, daylight streaming in through the oculus of the Pantheon or the windows of
Grand Central Station, there is something in the purity of a single beam of light that moves us all.
One Beam of Light is a global photographic project based on the creative use of light. The idea is to create a collection of stunning and inspirational images that start with a single source of light — light stripped to its purest form — and use them to spread the word about light to a wider audience.
The ICA in London will host the first exhibition of work from Monday 15th – 20th April 2013.
Rebecca Weir, Design Director of Light IQ photographed Zach and Honor, her incorrigible twins playing with Concord’s Muse Light for the competition set
against the backdrop of Nobuyoshi Araki’s ‘Satchin and His Brother Mabo’.