Bit late to the thread, but for future reference (for you and others): When photographing guppies, push your tank light as far forward as possible. Use the lowest ISO and highest shutter speed you can get away with. If you have the ability, burst mode shots are great. Keep your lens pressed right up against the glass. If all else fails, put the fish in a tiny tank and put a lamp over it (I use a baseball holder box turned upside down.)
For what it's worth, you made me feel a lot better about my struggles taking pics of my fish! I thought I was just a crappy photographer, but maybe I just picked too hard of a subject...
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