A stone wall in the Dordogne, April 2006. Taken in with the Lumix camera in .jpg format, now reprocessed with Photoshop 13.
Since moving into manual mode, I've more or less abandoned the .jpg format in favor of raw images. I still save to .jpg for publishing, but not until I've done the post-processing of the raw image. I'm far from being good at it, but I'm trying to improve. When I first got into photography back in the late '80s, I was using 35mm slide film and trying to learn priority modes (aperture vs. shutter) without ever really going into full manual. And since then, post-processing software (like Photoshop and Lightroom) has really changed the way I look at photos. So here I am, nearly thirty years later, film long gone in favor of digital, still trying to learn and improve. Life is a cabernet, ol' chum.