Recover Lost RAW Photos from MacBook Pro

Most horrible and hated thing for photographers is losing captured photos. Imagine that you have clicked too many pictures at a shoot and transferred all the raw photos to your MacBook Pro. Next day you had a big surprise, that all your raw photos are disappeared from MacBook due to some technical glitch. Try harder and harder to find the lost pictures, but no files. It is like kicking hard at stomach. I hope most of the individuals had this experience. If you haven’t yet met with such a situation, better be prepared. It is just waiting to surprise you. Whenever you caught in such an instance, never conclude that your raw photo are gone forever. They are present in some corner of your MacBook hard drive and you need to pull them out. Thinking of how?? Very simple, just make use of Mac raw photo recovery application, you can get more info by following this page:

MacBook Pro is the best suited laptop for photo professionals for editing their captured raw pictures. Extreme thin notebook with stunning retina display will never let photographers to think of other machines. And moreover it has too many dedicated apps for manipulating photo files. Like every perfect thing too fails in one or other way, there are some tough times in which you lose the captured raw photos from MacBook Pro. In such an instance, without any further delay, get Mac photo recovery software to restore lost raw photo files from MacBook Pro. If they are not yet overwritten with new data, recovery software will get those pictures back for you. It also helps to retrieve lost images from corrupt memory card on Mac OS X computers like MacBook, refer here for more details.

Finally you got the best approach to get back lost raw photos from MacBook Pro, but do you know how those photo files are lost?? What are the factors behind losing photos from MacBook? Here are few common reasons for losing raw photos from MacBook Pro.

  • Accidental deletion of photos while deleting poor quality pictures
  • Interruptions while syncing photos between camera and MacBook
  • Unintentional formatting of MacBook volume having raw photo files
  • iPhoto application crash while editing photo files in MacBook Pro
  • File system corruption in MacBook Pro

Now let us proceed towards how to get back lost raw photo files from MacBook. Fire up Mac Photo recovery software and let it scan the MacBook hard drive. With the input of few simple clicks, it will restore all your lost pictures as they were lost. Using this software, you can recover deleted pictures from Mac trash too. It is a specialized photo recovery program developed with powerful recovery engine specially for recovering lost raw photo files from MacBook. Apart from Mac machines, it also supports photo recovery from memory chip on Mac computer. What else you are thinking, click on download button to get demo version of the software, which helps you to estimate the odds of recovery.

Simple steps to restore lost raw photo files from MacBook Pro:

1: Fire up the installed Mac photo recovery software to get welcome window as shown in Fig 1. Click on "Recover Photos" and then choose "Recover Lost Photos" to undelete raw photo files.

Restore Lost RAW Photo Files from MacBook Pro - Welcome Window

Fig 1: Welcome Window

2: Later you will be prompted to select the drive from where software needs to recover raw photo files as shown in Fig 2. Select your MacBook volume and click on "Next" button.

Restore Lost RAW Photo Files from MacBook Pro - Choose MacBook Volume

Fig 2: Choose MacBook Volume

3: Upon completion of scanning and photo file recovery process, list of recovered raw photos will be displayed as shown in Fig 3.

Restore Lost RAW Photo Files from MacBook Pro - Retrieved RAW Photos

Fig 3: Retrieved RAW Photos

4: Select any picture from recovered list and preview. If you are happy with the application performance and results obtained, buy the software to save recovered raw photo files.

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