Show us your Instaphoto and LensBoost photos!

By Adam Zeis on 3 Jul 2012 09:39 am EDT

InstaPhoto and LensBoost are two badass BlackBerry apps. If you're a wanna be photog like me, you'll find yourself constantly using your "artsy eye" to try and grab the best photo you can, then filter it with one of these apps to create a masterpiece. I'm a big fan of taking photos of whatever I can find (yes, even food) and I love trying to impress myself with the end result.

I don't really share my photos often however, but I did come across this thread in the forums asking to do just that. If you use either of these apps (or just snap pics with the camera) then you should definitely swing by the thread and post some of your work. We'd love to see what creations you have come up with, and it's always great to hear what the CrackBerry Nation has to say. Head into the forums to check out all the great photos!

Show us your InstaPhoto / LensBoost photos! 

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Reader comments

Show us your Instaphoto and LensBoost photos!


is Instaphoto a BB version of Instagram ?It seems that more and more BB is playing by itself, with it's own set of toys that no one else uses...sad

They are both picture altering applications. Instaphoto links to Facebook twitter and tumblr so you can post right from the app.

Insta photo works great on playbook. I love it. Sure it's never not instagram but it does the same thing.

Let's see those instagrams like the rest of the world, oh wait... >_< (different or not, bb is out of the loop once again)

Personally, I like taking a straight, unprocessed shot, to always have the 'actual, real' version, then use 's various, FREE, online tools to alter/'enhance' the photo. If you haven't tried pixlr, should.

Unfortunately, InstaPhoto doesn't work on my Playbook. Unresponsive. The developer should have created a new build specifically for the device. Looks like that was not the case.

Lensboost works much better!