Well sharks have them, right? Anyway, I read somewhere that the profile, side on view of the fish – head to tail – was like a catalog shot. If you’re doing a fish guidebook, that’s what you want to shoot. And to get an image worth keeping, you need a head on view. Someone also said that fish see the big camera pointed at them and think that big photographer is coming to eat them. As a result most of my images are tail end where I’m chasing as the fish swim frantically from my camera. Profile images result from shooting as the fish turns out to avoid me. But every once in a while I get an image face on into me. And even less often is the lighting, focus, and exposure are good enough to be satisfying. Hey, remember this is a point and shoot camera.