You are after some action shots, and all your fish do is stay in the same spot until you put your camera away. At least my Betta uberis male is more than beautiful enough to make up for his lack of photographic versatility.
As I've said before in this blog, Betta uberis is a great little species. It's certainly one I recommend for those new to this complex, as I've never found it particularly difficult to keep or breed compared to more challenging species like Betta persephone. The males in particular, are very showy fish with their impressive, sail-like dorsal and brilliant iridescence.
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I currently keep and breed a number of species from the coccina complex.