Don't Worry!!! Use this reliable Mac File Recovery Software to get back your photos!!!
Remember the world before digital photography, earlier you had to take photos, go to a photo lab and have them developed and then return to pick them up. After getting your pictures, you had to take them out of the envelope and try not to get fingerprint smudges on those copies of photos. After you looked at them, you might have just put them back in the envelope for safe keeping or perhaps you were passionate and added all your photos to photo albums. Now, Digital photography has changed the lot of things. You can now see photos as you take them and delete the images you don’t like. It eliminated the waiting and printing costs. You can also organize and edit those digital photos by using a powerful and organizational tool called as iPhoto application in Mac OS X. However, the main disadvantage is accidental deletion of photos from your Mac OS X hard drive. You might have accidentally deleted the bunch of photos instead of another folder that had unnecessary photos resulting in loss of photos. Apart from the accidental deletion of photos, there are several other reasons due to which you may end up in loss of photos.
IPhoto application crash: You just uploaded images from your mobile phone to iPhoto. As usual, after uploading the images, you get a prompt message asking you that whether you want to delete the images from your mobile phone. Since you have transferred all your photos to a computer, you clicked on “Yes” button. After clicking the yes button, suddenly the iPhoto crashed!!! When you terminated the application forcefully and again re-opened it, all your photos were gone both from the phone and iPhoto!!!
Interruption while transferring the photos: If you are transferring photos from your digital camera to the Mac computer or vice versa then you should not interrupt the process by any means. If you accidentally remove the memory card from which you are transferring the photos or sudden power failure occurs then you may end up in losing all your valuable photos.
Don’t Worry!!! Whatever may be the reasons for loss of photos, it is still possible to recover images by using Mac File Recovery Software. This reliable tool can restore different types of image files like JPEG, GIF, TIFF, JPG including RAW photos like CR2, CRW, NEF, DNG etc. This software supports different types of memory cards used in different digital cameras like Canon, Nikon, Sony, Kodak etc. For instance, if you have accidentally deleted or lost the files from SD card of your mobile phone then you can use this software. Even if you have accidentally formatted the SD card then also this software helps you to undelete SD card on Mac Operating System. Travel Here to know more about SD card recovery
This professional Mac File Recovery Software also helps in recovering data from different types of memory cards like XD cards, MMC, CF cards, Memory stick etc. This software has inbuilt search engines to recognize and recover files on Mac Leopard and all other latest versions of Mac Operating Systems. This software also has the ability to recover lost or deleted partitions from Mac hard drive. This software is also capable of recovering volumes that are not able to mount. Also, it helps to restore deleted files on Mac Lion and Mac Snow leopard Operating System. Refer http://www.undeleteosx.com/lion.html to get more about recovery on Mac Lion
Quick steps to undelete photos on Mac OS X
Step 1: Download and launch Mac File Recovery Software to undelete OS X Photos. After launching the software, select “Recover Photos” option from the main screen and then select “Recover Deleted Photos” from the next screen.
Step 2: Now, select the storage device from where you have accidentally deleted or lost the photos on Mac Operating System and click on “Next” option to start the photo recovery process.
Step 3: Once you complete the photo recovery process, view the recovered photos by using “Preview” option
- Always take a backup of essential photos so that you can recover those photos when you lose it.
- DO not interrupt the data transfer process either by abruptly removing the card reader/USB cable or due to power failure problems
- Use “Safely Remove Hardware” icon to eject the external storage drive to avoid loss of photos