For a number of years, I've shot a whole lot in aperture priority on my cameras. It's simple; it means that I can just sit there and shoot while just controlling the depth of field and let the camera figure everything else out on its own.
This translates to my love of glorious bokeh and the algorithms are so good that every camera can do it and take identical images that folks can then say theirs is better or someone else's is worse. It's essential for those days that you want to dress up a bit nicer and pretend that you're a modern Bresson because of course that's all that he would use today. He'd just say "F8 and be there!" which would mean less bokeh and more of the scene itself. . thephoblographer.com