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Use the macro setting, if available, for close up shots, and like Nate said, take pictures from an angle to avoid the flash light reflecting off the tank glass.
Also, and this may sound pretty dumb, clean the tank glass before taking pics: dirt and fat will blur pictures a lot... It took me a while to figure this out
 

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Dont forget to fix yourself up also.. Most of the pix taken have captured the images of their owners.
 

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no i wasn't saying that

I really wish I could get a clear pic of Munen but he is such a prick about hiding from the camera and even if he doesn't it just won't take a clear pic of him. I have tried the standing at an angle to the tank and all, but when I try to get a close up it never works out right....very blury.

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What's the problem? Is he still too skittish, or spooked by the flash light or something else.
When they were smaller, my reds didn't like to be photographed either (they got agressive and started fighting with each other, lol), but I just kept shooting pics night after night, for weeks on end, and many 100's of them, until they got used to it. Now they don't give a shiz when I shoot some pics: they just continue doing their piranha stuff like they always do...
Just keep trying, and perhaps it helps to shoot more pics and more frequently...

Good luck!
 
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