A high shutter speed is a prerequisite for capturing the flowing fins of these fish. Usually around 1/400th and up. Then again, if motion blur is more to your taste, you can certainly dial it down a bit and still keep the eyes and head sharp. As is the case with most all photography, the key to capturing a usable image is to keep the shutter clicking. You'll probably end up pitching 9 out of every 10 shots - on a good day.
June 7, 2016
100mm · f/8.0 · 1/400s · ISO 1250