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The Underwater Club Launches Monthly Membership Plan
By Ian Bongso-Seldrup, April 3, 2024 @ 06:00 PM (EST)

Sydney-based photo pro Nicolas Remy’s online underwater photography school, The Underwater Club, is one year old—and to celebrate its first anniversary, it has launched a handy monthly membership plan. Previously, membership was limited to a year-long plan.

For an introductory offer price of just AU$39 per month—which is around US$26/EUR24/GBP21 per month (at current exchange rates)—you have access to the comprehensive self-paced underwater photography curriculum and receive a complimentary invitation to the Club’s monthly webinars. The curriculum, shown above, features seven courses in 40 lessons across 16 hours of videos, as well as 46 quizzes to test your knowledge along the way.

Moreover, members have access to the Club’s last 12 webinar recordings, which include masterclasses on Snoot Photography, Creative Motion Blurs, Taking Award-Winning Photos with the Olympus TG-6, and Selecting Photos for Competitions. Members also have access to their very own photo coach: Nicolas is available multiple times a week to answer any underwater photography questions and provide image feedback, via the Club’s private forums

If you subscribe before June 1st, you can lock in this awesome introductory offer before the price goes up to AU$49. The annual membership plan is also currently on sale—AU$399 (or about US$263).



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