Light has the extraordinary power to create emotions in photography and lighting is a key aspect of photography that can make or break a photograph. Good photographers never stop learning, which is why I strive to photograph moments not as they are, but through illuminating how they can be.
K2photographic provide location photography services from horse portraits and lifestyle photography, to mini branding for small businesses and individuals looking for images that help convey visual messages for both electronic and print purposes.
By taking advantage of outdoor environments and combing portable studio quality lighting, I am able to help clients solve problems by creating images that are more specific to their individual image requirements and desires than using generic stock images.
K2Photographic are based in Ouzlewell Green, which is in-between the cities of Leeds and Wakefield in West Yorkshire. Our commissions take us throughout the UK and no commision is to small.
Hello, I’m Fletcher the owner of K2photographic and this is a little insight about me. I grew up in London with red double decker buses, sarsaparilla and bucket loads of curiosity. My passion for photography probably was the result of delivering magazines like National Geographic and the Sunday Times Magazine through people’s letter boxes as a teenager whilst doing my paper round. The images I saw as a teenager also fuelled my desire to travel and appreciation and fascination with photography.
In 2013 like many other people, I found myself being made redundant after eighteen years as a Senior Youth Worker and despite trying to find a normal or real job as people would say, I found that my skills were no longer required or valued. Not wanting to settle for the ordinary and end up doing something I had no passsion for work wise, I started putting my energy and efforts into photography with the aim of becoming a working photographer. Although Sarsaparilla and red double decker buses are in short supply in Leeds, my curiosity and passion for the craft of photography continues.