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Great colors on that first one. You got some nice lookin fish there.

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They look really nice! I like shubies, too 'cause they all have unique coloring.

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That first fish has fantastic colours, great pic to, how have you named him, Tiger-stripes?

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I love them. Thank you for sharing.

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Guest Debs

You have great looking fish there!! :exactly How large are they?

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Yes how big are they? Also, how did you get a decent pic those fishes are the fastest in the west!!!

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That first pic reminds me of a shubie I used to have.

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Beautiful! Your fish in the second picture almost looks IDENTICAL to my Bridget! How cool! :D

I'm getting another shubie.. I can't wait

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Great looking Shubbies, i really like the white one in the second pic.

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pretty fish!

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Beautiful! :D:heart I love shubies, I have a grey named Zorro.

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Guest mossybottom

Where to start??

First pic is Tigger (HE reminds me of Tigger from Winnie the Pooh)

2nd is Groucho (HE has eyebrows like Goucho Marx)

3rd is Sue (Short for Black eyed Susan, SHE has one black and one regular eye)

4th is Marx (Couldn't think of a better name for her. Plus I hope to breed her with Groucho)

5th is Blue (IT [male /female??] is almost ALL blue)

They are all just over 5 inches long, except Blue, it is a bit younger than the others.When I got them, they were about an inch.

To get good shots of them, the main thing you need is PATIANTS! I shoot about 100 pix to get maybe 20 good ones! I have two cameras, one is a Fujifilms Finepix A610. It has a macro setting so is better for close ups. My other one is a Nikon S610. It's a 10 megapixel, so is better for clearer shots of "regular closeness", for lack of a better word. Try your BEST to use the anti vibration settings, keep the camera still (tripod is best, but a stack of books works well), if your camera has adjustments, use a high shutter speed.MOST of all, BE PATIANT! Do not use the flash. Instead, make sure your tank light is ALL the light in the room. Best time for getting good shots is late evening, (after dark). This way the tank is the brightest thing in the room.

Sea Ya!

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