Clicking the picture perfect snaps of fish is not an easy task as the subject refuse to pose before the photographer. The photographer needs to be ever ready as they have no clue when the subjects are going to smile at their camera. Moreover the underwater world is certainly going to mesmerize the photographers. The corals, hordes of fish along with the beautiful vegetation make a perfect ambiance for clicking beautiful pictures.

This particular blog is dedicated to all the beautiful fishes whose images the photographers had managed to click in their natural habitat. Along with absolutely harmless varieties of fish you are also going to come across many images of dangerous fish captured from different angles. However, all the solo pictures of the fishes that are present in this post have one common element i.e. all of them are extremely colorful. All photographers who have the ambition of taking some unique snaps of the underwater life should develop their ability to respond spontaneously. The marine life is totally different from that of the aerial life. If you have explored the aerial life well, then you should take the initiative to travel round the aquatic life with your camera as well.

We have collected thirty five of the most vibrant and colorful pictures of solo fish in this post. If you are new to this genre of photography, then you can draw helpful inspiration from these examples. Enjoy studying these awesome examples and share your thoughts about these snaps with us.

1. Rainbow Fish

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2. Fight Fish

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3. Nemo Crenk

Love the clown fish.

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4. Angry Fish

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5. Fish by Bubbleooo

This photo was taken on February 7, 2008 in Hammer Hill, Kowloon, HK.

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6. Fish by Taras Kalapun

This photo was taken on October 24, 2006 using a Nikon D50.

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7. Colorful Fish by Mik Arber

This photo was taken on August 26, 2011 using a Canon EOS 50D.

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8. Saltwater Fish

Clownfish or anemone fish are fishes from the subfamily Amphiprioninae in the family Pomacentridae. About twenty eight species are recognized, one in the genus Premnas, while the remaining are in the genus Amphiprion. In the wild they all form symbiotic mutualisms with sea anemones. Depending on species, clownfish are overall yellow, orange, reddish, or blackish, and many show white bars or patches.

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9. Nemo by Sergiu Bacioiu

This photo was taken on March 31, 2010 in Berg, Stuttgart, BW, DE.

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10. Keep Moving, Nothing To Sea

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11. Reach The Sky

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12. Colorful Fish

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13. Blue Fish

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14. Fishy by MS Jimmy

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15. The Dragon

An Sclero pages Formosa’s. Beautiful fish, owned by a friend. The Asian Rowena is a very appreciated ornamental fish in Asia. But is difficult to buy one in Spain. In any case it’s prize is very high and it’s size is large. So this is not a fish for beginners.

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16. Remake Color Fish

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17. Clown Fish

Indonesia Trip, Komodo Island.

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18. Fish by Breezy Skype

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19. Nemo Sander van der Wel

This photo was taken on November 6, 2010 in Overs chie, Rotterdam, ZH, NL, using a Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

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20. One Ugly Fish

This photo was taken on August 4, 2006 in Monaco-Ville, La Cond amine, MC.

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21. Fish-Like Hopper

This photo was taken on August 21, 2005 using a Pentax  ist DL.

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22. Jack

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23. Colorful Swimmers

Four colorful Kois swimming in pond. Kois are symbols of love and friendship in Japan. Kois are also an often recurring symbols in Irezumi, the Japanese art of traditional tattooing.

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24. Cichlid

Cichlid A hybrid species of cichlid swimming in public aquarium.

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25. Yellow Fish

Bright yellow Sina loan cichlid.

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26. Foreign School

A small pond full of colorful Koi’s.

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27. Cross Breed

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28. Blue Tang

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29. Underwater

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30. Anemone fish

The most popular fish.

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31. Big fish eat little fish

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32. Jelly Fish

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33. Nemo by Margold

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34. Fish Portrait

This photo was taken on September 3, 2012 using a Canon EOS 1100D.

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35. Young Anemone fish

So little, and cute young anemone fish.

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