Much of photos of the forest of Fontainebleau are among the oldest published on Landscape-Photo.net, some are online since 2006 or 2007.
I have last days replaced many of the photos published in this old album, reworking them from their sources in my archives with DxO Optics Pro, in order to increase the quality of these images.
At the time, even with my DSLR (Nikon D50) I took these pictures in jpeg only (the computer I used in 2006 or 2007 was not powerful enough to work on raw files). The PC monitor I also used at that time was himself poor, and was obviously not calibrated. A few years later, an improvement of these photos, those for which it was possible, seemed necessary. Flexibility to correct or improve such photos is much more limited than if they had been taken directly in raw, but I am still surprised with the result I can have with some of them. Tool I used for this job was the latest version of DxO (v8). I had nice results particularly for the photo of the oak tree covered with moss, above, or for this photo of undergrowth in spring, just below:
Reminder: pictures in Landscape-Photo.net albums are sorted by default in reverse chronological order, according to date of first upload of each image. Recently published images are at the top of the list, but an old photo that has been recently replaced/updated will still keep the same position in the album.