Took some XZ-1 photographs of Tom's feet this morning (you know how it is, not going out, want to shoot something, watch out, cat!) and instead of doing the usual, and uploading to the computer, then processing and uploading to flickr, I used the SD connector and uploaded to the new iPad. Then I played with the shots in Filterstorm (BRILLIANT app, forget photoshop express!) and also in Phototoaster. I haven't yet posted the Filterstorm effort, there didnt seem to be an option to upload direct to flickr. Decided to forget snapseed for this one, just wanted to do some basic processing with brightness and contrast, levels, sharpening. Also desaturated a tad, he isnt bright yellow Anyway, here's the result. View attachment 51233 tom's feet by kyte50, on Flickr I think the thing that pleases me most about this is that I can actually see MUCH better on the new iPad. On the MBP 13" its OK, I can see well enough, likewise the iMac... but with the screen on the iPad, its just that much easier to see what you are doing: also you become much more involved in the process, being closer to the screen. I can see a time in the future where I might well sell this ipad, go for a 64G wifi/4G and forget using the imac at all. I only kept it for the bigger screen. Don't think I need that anymore.  seems like the default upload setting is 800x600 and can't find anywhere to change that. I dont want the full sized shot up there but I do want a bit bigger than that.