Its difficult to see subtle differences between these 2 edits. The raw was given 10 minutes of tweaking. This included white balance, exposure, masking, camera profiling and curves then finally curves and a little dodging and burning. The jpeg was given curve adjustment then dodging and burning (1 minute edit). Theres a lot of info on the internet about film colour and tonality compared to digital and the RAW edit was done with this in mind. The jpeg was done a week ago just as a standard edit. There is still much to learn.
UK Based photographer, specialising in gardens, nature and landscapes.