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Best Way to Recover Pictures on Mac
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Posted on July 9th, 2012
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Digital photographs are becoming more and more important for all ofus. We would like to take pictures everywhere, such as travelling,participate party or conference on business. Most of the pictures wetake happen once in a lifetime, which is why they are important so much.Let's take myself for instance. My child are one-year-old. I tookpictures for her each steps of growth. The first crying, the firstsmelling, the first birthday though, all of these are so cherished forme and my family. As important as they are, nothing is worse than losingthem. I used to back up these photos once a week. I am sure enough thattheir losing or damaging would be very traumatic and frustrating;especially knowing that I can not recover photos again.

When digital camera appeared, all hope isn't completely lost.They are able to back up digital photos that you took with it, you canload the photographs on your computer for backup. Well, some of digitalcameras have the ability to recover photos, even though you may not beaware of it. In fact, lots of cameras use smart cards that will storethe data or information. To be on the safe side, you'd better alwaysbackup your photographs to the card, and transfer them to the computer,Mac or PC are both OK. If possible, I suggest you back the importantdata up to a CD or DVD.

Scenario to Recovery Pictures on Mac

Photo recovery software becomes necessary when your hard drive, memory card or USB flash cardfail, and you have no backup available. This article gives an idea onthe necessary steps and precautions during the photo recovery process.

Prior to attempt to the recovery task, you should downloadone program of photo recovery or data recovery on your computer. Also,you must be aware that the data or pictures can not always be retrieved,such as your USB flash card or digital camera drop into water ortoilet; you should go to professional data recover service center torecover data by their professional tools, at physical level. And in thistutorial, I will let you know how to recover pictures with software byyourself.

A simple tutorial is as below.

1. Download and launch picture recovery software on Mac. Such as uMacsoft Data Recovery.

2. Plug digital camera memory card into Mac, then you willsee the partition (digital camera card) displayed on the interface ofrecovery program.

3. Click this partition to scan the lost photos completely.After a few minutes, you will see a list of pictures stand on theleftside of interface.

4. "Preview" button allows you to review these image files; "Recovery" button makes you get them back with ease.

That's it! With the steps of above, you will undeletepictures successfully by powerful data recovery software or datarecovery program!

Photo Recovery Software Features

Photo Recovery for Mac is professional Mac photo recoverysoftware for Mac OS users to recover lost, deleted, formatted andinaccessible photos, videos and audio files. It provides an excellentsolution of Mac photo recovery from Mac based hard drive, iPod, USBdrive, digital camera and other storage media. With the simple step bystep wizard, even beginners can recover photos and pictures on Mac OSeasily.

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