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Unfortunately that's how the camera is designed.
The camera has to do a number of things before it will take a picture. It has to check the lighting, and focus and make calculations based on those factors about how to set the camera to take the best picture.
It is best practice to get your subject in view. depress the shutter button half way and hold it so it can focus and determine the exposure, and then completely press the button the rest of the way to release the shutter.
On the top of the camera, press the "drive-iso" button. Using the wheel while watching the screen on top of the camera, select "continuous drive mode" (it looks like three squares stacked on top of each other). That's it.
To activate live view you have to set live view to on just as you did and then press the set button and vouala!! image appeares on your screen and if you have selected quick focus you have to press the AE lock button to focus on the subject.
I hope you found this hint usefull.
I believe that the "LIVE VIEW" shooting can only be done in Auto mode. Once in Auto mode, try pressing the SET button located to the right of the LCD screen. Once depressed, you should hear a quick click noise and see what the lens is seeing on the LCD screen. Click on it again and it should revert back to "viewfinder" mode.