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These programs are in cooperation with the Lisle and Woodridge Park Districts. Age:


16 & up m/M: 1/12


Location: Lisle Park District Recreation Center, 1925 Ohio St. Instructor: Kirk Lawler


"Digital Photography for Beginners How to" topics will include choosing the best scene modes, basic


composition, taking great people pictures, special tips for photographing children and photo editing with Adobe Elements. No previous experience with cameras is required to enjoy this workshop. Most participants use compact cameras, but entry level dSLR owners will also benefit from the discussions. Class #


Date


213014-01 10/25 213014-02 12/6


Day TU TU


Time


7:00 - 9:00 pm 7:00 - 9:00 pm


How to Get the Best Results from Your dSLR Camera


$R/NR $29/$44 $29/$44


Photography & CamerasHow to Shop for Cameras Date Day Time


Avoid the scams and get a camera that meets your needs by attending this one-hour primer on compact camera buying. Learn which retailers are trustworthy, where to go for unbiased reviews, how to figure out what features you really have to have and which ones are just marketing gimmicks, what accessories to buy and how to get the best deals. No previous experience is needed. Class #


$R/NR Topic


213013-01 11/1 TU 7:00 - 8:00 pm $15/$23 Compact Cameras 213013-02 11/3 TH 7:00 - 8:00 pm $15/$23 dSLR Cameras


How to Shop for and Get the Most Out of dSLR Camera Lenses


Do you want to get beyond "point and shoot" photography? Then join this intermediate level seminar on digital single lens reflex cameras. Topics will include how to choose the optimal Scene Mode, ISO, White Balance, Sharpening, Saturation, Contrast, Exposure Value, Focus Modes and file types (JPEG and RAW). There will also be demonstrations of “must have” accessories. Not recommended for beginners. Please note: lenses are covered in-depth in a separate workshop. Class #


Date


213016-01 10/27 213016-02 12/8


Day Time


TH 7:00 - 9:00 pm TH 7:00 - 9:00 pm


$R/NR $29/$44 $29/$44


Still using the kit lens that came with your dSLR? Chances are good that it is compromising the quality of your photographs. In this intermediate level seminar, participants will learn how to find the best deals in high-grade glass, and how aperture, focal length and shutter speed can be manipulated to turn ordinary images into works of art. Not recommended for beginners. Class #


Date 213018-01 11/10 Day Time TH 7:00 - 9:00 pm Taking Better Pictures


$R/NR $29/$44


Have you ever taken a picture and thought… “This would have been a better picture if I knew how to use my camera”. Gain insight on how to give the "wow factor" to your photos with little time and effort. The class includes handouts, a cheat sheet and a resource book. Bring your camera (digital best) with film or a memory card and extra batteries for hands-on training. Class #


Date Day Time 213072-01 9/28 W 7:00 - 8:30 pm


CPR, First Aid and Safety Classes


Day: TH


Infant & Child CPR & AED Training l


H $R/NR: $38/$57


Location: Lincoln Center Instructor: Juli Washer, American Red Cross Certified instructor


Adult CPR & AED Training l H


This course covers CPR for the adult victim (over 8 years of age) along with rescue techniques for conscious and unconscious choking victims. The course also covers the use of the AED. Certification is valid for two years. Class #


Age Date Time


H Earn Reward Points for participation. See page 3.


Designed for childcare providers, teachers and parents. This course focuses on rescue techniques for full arrest victims from new born to 12 years of age. The course also covers conscious and unconscious choking along with rescue breathing. The use of an AED is discussed. Certification is valid for two years. Class #


Age H Date Time


$R/NR $36$54


CPR for the Professional Rescuerl


H


This class is for Lifeguards and Healthcare professionals. All students should have previous CPR training. Class includes adult, child and infant CPR and AED, as well as two rescuer CPR, bag valve masks and conscious/unconscious choking victims. Class #


Age m/M


213001-01 12 & up 10/20 6:00 - 9:30 pm 5/15 First Aid l


m/M


213000-01 12 & up 9/15 6:00 - 9:30 pm 5/15 l


This course covers medical emergencies, hemorrhage control, splinting and environmental emergencies. This class also focuses on what to do before emergency medical services arrive. Certification is valid for three years. Class #


Age Date Time Date Time 213003-01 15 & up 12/15 6:00 - 10:00 pm 8/20


m/M


m/M 213002-01 12 & up 11/17 6:00 - 9:30 pm 5/15 www.dgparks.org l 630.963.1300 l Autumn 2011 l 39


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