I didn’t buy the iPad with the intent of doing any serious work on it. But, with all the Apps being developed for photography, and being away from my computer with images I wanted to process, I thought I would give it a try. I picked up Photoshop Touch a few months back, but never used it. It’s actually a pretty powerful app, has a smoother UI, and in some ways is easier to use. In other ways its more difficult, mainly due to the limitations of the iPad. Here’s two versions of the same image. The one with the “G7″ right side up was processed in PST. 9 exposures blended together in layers without any other adjustments. The other image was processed in an App I just picked up called “ProHDR”. It contains two exposures layered through what they call “HDR import”, and then filtered through what they call “xpro”. I didn’t play around too much in either of these apps, kind of a one shot trial, but I think both are worth exploring more.