Anyone would commit mistakes. Photographers can easily delete the photos they have taken so much effort to take on the trip. And you, the ordinary digital camera user, may press the wrong button and delete your family photos. Besides human errors, photo loss can also be triggered by software or hardware corruption, interruption during copy and paste, camera malfunction, etc. In all of these cases you have chance of getting your lost photos back, and this is accomplished by using digital camera photo recovery software. In this article we are happy to introduce to you one of the most practical, quick and easy utility named PhotoRetrieval.
With PhotoRetrieval, you can
Recover not only common image formats such as JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, PCX, PSD, TGA, TIF, TIFF, but also camera raw formats that are proprietary, such as Canon CR2 (.cr2/.crw), Nikon NEF (.nef), Fuji RAF (.raf), Pentax PEF (.pef), Olympus ORF (.orf) etc.
Recover photos lost due to various reasons including accidental deletion, format, software or hardware corruption, interrruption on data transfer, power surge, virus attack, etc.
Recover your photos quickly. It only takes a few minutes.
Recover your photos easily. It takes only a few clicks.
For Mac users, we have Digital Camera Recovery Mac
Steps for Using PhotoRetrieval to Recover Lost Pictures from Digital Camera
It’s very easy to recover photos from digital camera, but you have to make necessary preparations. Since photo recovery software works on the computer, and cameras store photos in their SD card, you must take out the SD card from digital camera and connect it to the computer via a card reader. Of course you can connect the device directly to the computer via USB interface. Also you should notice it’s not proper to take more pictures to the memory card before you recovered the lost photos successfully because new files can overwrite the lost ones, whose data remains unaffected at the time of deletion.
Step 1. Download and install PhotoRetrieval. Open the program you see the main interface below.
Step 2. Select the drive that represents the digital camera memory card and continue.
Step 3. Select photo types. You see there are many options to check, say, .bmp, .gif, .jpg, .tiff. Click next and the software starts scanning the specified drive for the photos of the specified types.
Step 4. Preview the found files and click “Recover” button to recover them.
*You need to purchase a registration key to recover the photos, but the scan is free. We recommend you to download and try the software to see if it’s able to find lost photos for you beform making payment.