pcmag.comYou don't have to be a grown-up to pursue photography or movie-making. Giving your child a camera can open their eyes to the world, and provide you with insight on what it looks like from their perspective.But you don't want to spend a ton of money on a camera for a young kid who might break or lose it, nor do you want to give a teenager something that's oversimplified and doesn't give them room to learn and grow as an artist.There are a few approaches you can take to teaching your young one to actually use a camera. Allowing them to experiment is a good start, but also consider a more structured environment, like a photo class. And make sure to check out our story on photo tips for beginners.We've highlighted several good choices here, including tough cameras that can withstand drops, a DIY construction project, and analog options to teach kids what things were like before the world went digital.

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