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How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic

Feeling like you're stuck in a photography rut? Watch pro photographer Benjamin Von Wong demonstrate how the journey to epic photography is about taking small steps and slowly building your way up.

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In the above video, pro photographer & COOPH Master Benjamin Von Wong shows you how to take your photos to the next level with just a few simple tips and tricks. These include  using highlighter fluid and UV, creating coffee creamer explosions and advice on using amazing natural backdrops to help you level up your epic photography game. 

Benjamin, who last year conducted a toxic underwater shoot at 30m, also lets us in on the secret to the structure for each of his shoots, so now you will have no excuse to get out there and shoot up a magical storm!

Take a look at some of Benjamin Von Wong's creative captures below then check out some of the other awesome tutorials COOPH has shared with us, including: 

 

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic: Underwater portrait

© Benjamin Von Wong

 

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic: Portrait

© Benjamin Von Wong

 

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic: © Benjamin Von Wong

© Benjamin Von Wong

 

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic: Portrait

© Benjamin Von Wong

 

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic: Portrait

© Benjamin Von Wong

 

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic: Portrait

© Benjamin Von Wong

 

How To Take Your Photography To The Next Level Of Epic: Portrait

© Benjamin Von Wong

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