If you're a professional at your work you'll need a Quadro or a FirePro based GPU, these cards are designed specifically for rendering, 3D Work, animation and so...
The only disadvantage of these cards is their prices, a mid range card can cost you around $500 and they are useless for gaming.
Recently AMD teamed with Adobe, the new creative CS6 Suite supports both OpenCL and OpenGL to accelerate the new and existing features of the suite. http://www.amd.com/us/press-releases/Pages/amd-and-adobe-creative-suite-6-2012apr23.aspx
And you can read this
article by Toms that covers the OpenCL and OpenGL Acceleration with the CS6
The newer HD 7K series has much more power GPGPU computations than nVidia GTX 6K series, not all the Adobe Applications use the CUDA, check the article above for benchmarks related to both companies.