Hi, This is my first post. I'm a 35 year-old father with an interest in taking better pictures of my child as he grows up and my trips in the outdoors. I've got a simple point and shoot Canon ELPH SD400. I've taken tons of photos, but I know they could be better. Outside of a local class, would you have any suggestions on how I can learn to shoot better pictures? Is there a "bible" of basic digital photography? I was looking at Amazon, but I'm afraid of getting a book that assumes I already know the basics of composition, shutter speed, etc. I'd prefer not to spend a ton of money yet. Eventually, I may upgrade to a nice SLR, but for now, I'd like to focus on the basics with my ELPH. Thanks!