Zebra Danios

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Great Pic!!! Zebras move around so fast that it's really hard to get a good picture. I'm still trying to take pictures of my turquoise danios and all I get is a smear. hahaha.
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I know! It took me ages to get a good pic of them. All the others are just a blur!!

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awesome fishies!
Hey Butterfly, have you tried taking pics of them while feeding? Maybe they'd stay still longer if they were eating...
 
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Thanks. They move so fast I don't know how I got such a good pic of them!!

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Hey nice Zebra Danios. I have 1 myself and also 3 orangish-white danios. I am not sure what you call them but are danios.
 
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Maybe you could send us a pic, and we could help identify it for you.

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Looks like they are in great health... a tip for budding fish photographers (ill add that my job is in film), to get a clear photo make sure you use a very fast shutter speed the higher the better....... most cameras are auto so its not an option. When you shoot film to get clear frame by frame its a min of 1/500th. The lower it goes the more blur you get... take racecars as an example always shot with high shutter speed to remove motion blur.
 
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ncje said:
Looks like they are in great health...
At the time I took the pic, one of my Zebra Danios had a split fin. You can see it on the second fish in the picture. He's ok now though.

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