If you execute"Command + Delete"or"Shift + Delete"on your computer, or empty the Recycle Bin or the Trash, or choose "Delete All" Message on your camera, you may fall into a dilemma of losing precious photos. Relax! Chances are good that you are able to retrieve deleted photos.
The simple Delete command on both hard drive and other storage media like camera's memory card just marks the space as being available for use. As long as don't use your computer or camera after deletion, previously deleted photos can be easily recovered using a photo recovery utility.
Deleted Photo Retrieval for Mac is photo recovery software designed for those who may not know a lot about computers but have accidently deleted or lost precious photos. The application is extremely easy to use and includes some of the more common features that you need. For Windows users, you can retrieve deleted photos with Photo Recovery for Windows version.
Select "Lost Recovery"to retrieve deleted photos on Mac by emptying the Trash or executing "Command + Delete". If you failed with this mode, try "Raw Recovery"which scans deeply for your drive but takes much more time.
On the left column, select the volume where your lost photos stored. On the right column, select "Photo". Please note that this software select all the file types by default.
Unfold the tree-like column on the left, and highlight the photos, you can preview them on the right pane. In this way, select the photos you need to retrieve.
Finally, a window pops up to ask you select a directory to save the recovered photos. You'd better not save them to the same partition where you lost data for avoiding overwriting the original data. It is super easy to retrieve deleted photos, isn't it?
Since that we have listed how to retrieve deleted photos on Mac, here we just presents a short guide for Windows users to retrieve deleted Photos.
Step 1: Select the partition where your deleted photos located.
Step 2: Select "Photo" as the recovering type.
Step 3: Preview and select the photos you need to retrieve.
Step 4: Specify a partition to save the retrieved photos.
Have you ever accidently deleted photos on your camera, computer, USB drive or anywhere else? I am sure the answer is yes. It's happened to nearly all of us: your digital camera fell into toddler's hands, or you had a momentary lapse of eye-hand coordination when you facing "Empty the Recycle Bin". You or someone has accidently deleted photos from your camera or hard drive. Now you got the right tool.comments powered by Disqus