So I want some thoughts on the processes being used by folks when editing photos on their iPad... For me, I see where Apple is going with the Post-PC era (it's great!) EXCEPT... storage. I love the fact that I can simply edit my photos with my finger, and then share them etc. Awesome. But then what? The biggest iPad is 64gb - that's about 10,000 SLR photos (with nothing else on the device!)... that's not enough for the next 10 years of digital photo taking (or new device swapping)! I already have 11,000 running in iPhoto! So what do you do for storage in a Post-PC world? Is it all about the cloud? If so, there'll have to be only one copy cos I'll still run out of room on my device! And one copy is not sensible. So where do they go? Right now, I take my photos and transfer them to my laptop for editing and storage - but I only use iPhoto/Photoshop for basic edits, and they both have decent iOS Apps now - so I have the opportunity to move my photo processing into the Post-PC era (with an iPad, Apps, and camera kit), but I've nowhere to store them! What's the go? Interested in hearing people's thoughts on this, or if you have a system in place already. PS: the same principle now applies to home movies too.