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    Here is my list for my iPad and iPod Touch:

    Fotometer Pro
    SoftBox Pro - turns the iPad into a very interesting light table and light source
    LongTime

    Then for basic/intermediate adjustments
    Snapseed
    Camera +

    And finally:
    Instagram - just because it is such a great way to share photos.

    I use the Camera Connector Kit to load images onto the iPad. This is great when you want to review them and you are away from your home workstation.

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    Thanks Nigels, that SoftBox Pro looks really interesting - there are a couple of variations, see the main web site - I was particularly interested in the remote add on - great link - thanks...
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    Adobe have released Photoshop Touch for the iPad 2 today.

    Linky thing

    As stated above I use Snapseed and Camera + but I might try this as well.

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    Thank you for these, had an android phone and had apps but just moved to a iphone and didn't have a clue about which was good and which was bad. Downloaded and seeing how they work as I type. :smile:
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    DeeGee let me know how you get on, I recently added LightTrac which is a cheaper variation of The Photographer's Ephemeris, I have both installed and they do slightly different things, must admit I love the terrain maps on the iPad version of TPE...
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    Just downloaded once called simply "Pocket Light Meter" it allows you to take a photo which you can then look at with a info sheet attached saying f number - length of exposure and iso.


    I confess that I've only got the free version, I like to try it first and see if its what I want, but I also confess that I forget I've got them on my phone half the time and just walk around with the camera pressing the shutter and seeing what happens. I'm shocking I know :smile:
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