Recently, I figured out the buttons on my camera to shoot manually. That may seem weird, but I could never figure it out on my digital camera. I know how to shoot manually on a film camera, but with my digital, I pretty much stuck to the Auto Landscape setting.
BUT! After reading the manual, I figured it out and I started shooting in RAW instead of JPEG. Which is why this post is a day late. With RAW files, you have to actually edit your pictures and then convert them and I was having troubles figuring out how to do this, but let me tell you, Lightroom is amazing and can do EVERYTHING I needed it to.
Here are some pictures that I took while we hiked through the trails of Little Yosemite to find some waterfalls.