Hey, in summer this year I will be traveling for three weeks. During that time I hope to snap quite a lot of pictures. As for equipment to drag around with me, I am thinking about only bringing my iPad for first views (and maybe selection of images), as a backup device and maybe for backing up images online (in case I pass a WiFi once in a while). My current workflow is to bring a couple of SD cards. Plug them into Apple's camera connection kit, select some few promising looking ones and then view or maybe edit them on the iPad. All other images stay on the SD card and when I am back home I import them to Lightroom. The thing is, however, I only own a 32GB iPad2 which tends to be quite full with apps, video, etc. That means, I cannot import all my images onto the iPad in order two have to copies of the images (one on the iPad and one on the SD card). That's where my question comes in: Has anyone a nice workflow in which to sync the images (RAW!) from the iPad with an online storage solution*? In order to have a backup and being able to easily import the images from the online storage into Lightroom? My dream would be: Each day upload all images from the SD card onto the iPad. Maybe delete the misfits (eventually some minor editing) and then upload them to the online storage. Afterwards I would delete the images on the iPad expect some of my absolut favorits which I plan to share online while still being on the road (e.g., 500px, Facebook, etc.). When coming home, I would just need to import the images from the online storage or the SD card (= always having to copies of an image). Any suggestions towards an App, workflow or description of own experiences in this regard are very welcome! Thanks in advance and already Happy Easter! --- *) I happen to have a Drobox subscription but its not a must in case another solution would be better.