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Nicolas Remy

Nicolas Remy is a French-Australian underwater photographer based in Sydney. He is the founder of The Underwater Club, an online photography school & community, counting members in 12 countries. Club Members have access to 40 photography lessons, support forums, and monthly webinars, where either Nicolas and invited speakers teach photography Masterclasses.  


Nicolas’ images have received over 40 international awards, including category winners in the prestigious Ocean Photography Awards, Ocean Art, DPG Masters, Ocean Geographic Pictures of The Year and World Nature Photography Awards. His photographs have been featured in mainstream media such as the BBC, CNN, Forbes, as well as top dive media and photography media.


Driven by his passion for teaching photography, Nicolas is a seasoned public speaker. Besides the monthly webinars for The Underwater Club, he is regularly invited to speak in dive shows, underwater photography societies and scuba clubs. 


An accomplished photo-journalist, Nicolas has authored dozens of articles published in international dive media. He is a Field Editor for, and a regular contributor of Plongez! Magazine (France) and Scuba Diver Magazine (UK and Australia/New Zealand), where he writes about marine life, travel, photographic technique and equipment. Nicolas collaborates with diving equipment and photography brands for product testing and field-reviews. He is known for the detailed, insightful write-ups which he has authored, working with brands like Nauticam, Mares, Nikon Australia and Retra UWT, to name a few.


Nicolas currently shoots with a Nikon Z9 in a Nauticam NA-Z9 housing and his favourite optics are the Nauticam EMWL system and the Nauticam FCP-1, though he also uses the WWL-C when size & weight are of the essence. He says: 

My Nauticam housings have never let me down, despite the years of intense use which my work has put them through. Nowadays, Nauticam wet optics are re-defining what is possible in underwater photography, they are the new frontier and a key part of photography equipment.” 



Rebreathers form another essential part of Nicolas’ dive kit: he has spent over 1300 hours taking photos while diving either a rEvo CCR or Mares Horizon SCR, staying down for 3 to 4 hours-long dives. Nicolas is passionate about these machines, which he sees taking a growing space in the diving industry.


To see more of Nicolas’ work, visit:

His website:

Instagram: @NicolasLenaRemy

To browse Nicolas’ underwater photography courses and webinars, visit