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Marketplace Spotlight: PhotoWiz

Photography is a great way to preserve memories, share experiences and communicate with others. It is said a photo is worth a thousand words but if you are just learning your way around a camera, it may end up being worth a thousand blurry words.

For those who need a little help while taking photos, PhotoWiz is an application available over at the Marketplace that may bring things into better focus. Developed by photographer Carmelo Milian, PhotoWiz offers tips and suggestions for taking pictures of subjects ranging from landscapes to portraits to fireworks.

Additionally, PhotoWiz offers a glossary for basic functions such as metering types, exposure terms, and other basic photographic terminologies.  The Marketplace listing indicates the app compatible with a limited number of cameras but reviewing the tips, the information can be applied to just about any camera.

PhotoWiz does present a good bit of information that will be useful for those just beginning to learn about photography. The more seasoned photographers may find the information a little elementary. Either group will likely find the $9.99 price tag a little on the steep side.  To find out more about Photowiz, you can check it out on your Windows Phone Marketplace or via the web.

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Marketplace Spotlight: PhotoWiz

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The whole concept is seems interesting. I would like to know more about it. As PhotoWiz emphasis users with great features. That is good thing about it.

This is a great little app. Easy to use and avaialable when I need it. No more just keeping my camera on Auto all the time even though I know the picture would be better if I utilized some of the functions the camera actually has. Thanks Mr. Milian for the app.

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Well said.A photo is worth a thousand words and its the only way to keep memories alive for long time.This app seems good.The features are nice and the price is also affordable.

Photowiz - Today's photographer Cheatcards. There have never been a better way to learn and remind yourself how to take great digital pictures with numerous how-to tips, tricks, techniq