Did you accidentally delete any of your photos or a folder containing your pictures from your iPhoto library? And now you are wondering on how to retrieve those erased picture files or folders back? Don’t lose your patience or calmness because you can retrieve deleted photos from iPhoto easily using Deleted File Recovery Software.

iPhoto is a photo editing application that can import, organize, print, share and edit pictures from digital cameras, scanners, picture CDs and internet. It stores these photos in a specific folder called as iPhoto library folder. iPhoto provides some advanced features such as full screen display modes, Facebook enhancement, face recognition and etc. Apart from photos, iPhoto library folder also contains data files which represent attributes such as ratings, keywords, albums etc. If any corruption or deletion to these data / picture files, you will no longer be able to access the photos present in them. Although the application is very much safe and secured, photo deletion is a common issue in these applications but, now you can retrieve deleted photos from iPhoto using Deleted File Recovery Software. Before that,

Let’s see some common scenarios that lead to deletion of photos from iPhoto library:

  • Accidentally deleting a photo file from iPhoto or deleting an entire iPhoto library.
  • Corruption to the iPhoto library database results in frequent iPhoto crash, which makes your photos in iPhoto library inaccessible and sometimes leads to permanent deletion.
  • Virus attack on the photos present in the iPhoto library makes the photos inaccessible which occurs during data import from the internet.
  • Upgradation from one version of iPhoto to another version also result in photo deletion
  • Photos from iPhoto are also deleted if there is any interruption while synchronization process.

Recovery of these deleted photos is a very easy task if you have an updated backup of the deleted photos. But, in case you have no backup of the deleted photos, then you must rely on Deleted File Recovery Software to restore deleted photos from iPhoto due to any of the situations mentioned above. This software is reliable media recovery software to recover all your deleted photos from iPhoto library application. It is exclusively built to analyze and restore lost or missing photos. Apart from recovering photo files the software recovers other media files such as, audio and video. It also supports data recovery on iMac, Mac mini etc. This software has the ability to recover photo files from HFSX, HFS, HFS+ and FAT file system. This software also recovers files from other storage devices such as hard drive, memory card, iPods, music players and many more. The software can be installed on all the latest versions of Mac OS including Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion), Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow leopard) and Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). More to this, it can also recover RAW image files such as, NEF, CR2, CRW, DNG, ARW, SR2, ORF, MRW etc. With the help of this software, you can also recover deleted files from MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air etc. All these prominent features make this software the best recovery tool to restore deleted photos from iPhoto.

Steps to retrieve deleted photos from iPhoto using Deleted File Recovery Software:

Step 1: Download and install the demo version of the software and Run the software. From the main screen select “Recover Photos” option and then two options are displayed “Recover Deleted Photos” and “Recover Lost Photos”. Choose “Recover Deleted Photos” to restore deleted photos from iPhoto.

Retrieve Deleted photos from iphoto- Main Screen

Fig 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Now, the software scans and displays a list of drives/volumes choose the particular drive from which you need to recover photos and click on “Next” button.

Recover Deleted photos from iphoto- Select Drive/Volume

Fig 2: Select Logical Drive Screen

Step 3: After scanning a list of recovered files is generated. Save the files on the drive different than that from where recovery is being done.

Recovering Deleted photos from iphoto-Save Recovered Photos

Fig 3: Recovered Photos List Screen

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