To prevent blurry photos, keep your finger on the shutter button while you follow the child in your viewfinder, then instead of popping your finger down on the shutter, gently squeeze the button.
It was the first digital camera to have a LCD display on the camera, allowing photographers to take pictures by looking at the display screen, not through a viewfinder unless they chose to do so.
It requires dividing the viewfinder into nine equal parts and placing the most noteworthy parts of your subject where the lines intersect to create a more interesting composition.
For example, when photographing a flower or face that it fills the entire frame of your viewfinder it wouldn't make sense to use the Rule of Thirds.
When using the auto mode, frame the subject through the viewfinder, then point and shoot by pressing the shutter release button to take an image.
By filling your camera's viewfinder with the child's face and eliminating extraneous background details, your photos will have greater impact.
Optical zoom means the camera lens physically magnifies the image in your viewfinder while digital zoom enlarges the pixels electronically.
It has rubberized hand grips perfect for small hands and a two eye viewfinder that makes it easy for young photographers to focus.
Repeat this process with the remaining groups making sure that all of your subjects' faces are clearly visible in the viewfinder.
Shapes: Instead of taking a static shot of a horse standing in a field, try to fill your viewfinder with a variety of shapes.