Capturing a great image using the lens of a cam:
The subject of your photograph is the most important part of the picture - it may be a person or a spectacular part of the scenery. This is where you want the viewer’s eyes to focus and you can do this through some simple techniques.
A busy or distracting background will draw attention away from the subject. When you take a picture, look at the entire viewfinder and not just the subject. Ensure there isn't a tree growing from someone’s head or something distracting going on in the background. A plain background tends to show off the subject.
Make sure your subject is in focus. This is especially important if your subject isn't in the center of your picture. Point and click cameras focus on whatever is in the center of the viewfinder. If your subject is off to one side, you’ll have to lock the focus on your subject then re-position the camera so the subject is off–center. See your camera’s owners manual to learn how to lock the focus.