iPhoto Library Recovery Tool for Mac


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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

iPhoto a great picture management app is the iTunes alternative for managing photos. The app is meant for easier transfer and organizing of photos between your iPhone and Mac, your camera and generally, all your images. However, iPhoto isn’t just a photo organizer; it is feature rich and can be used to do a lot more. The application’s key feature remains, of course, its library like that of iTunes is excellent.

However For beginners as well as average users, it takes time to get used to it. For them it might cause problem while accessing it.

“I've recently reinstalled Lion onto my hard drive but I forgot to backup my iPhoto library. Is there any way of recovering this library? I also have an external hard drive that had Time Machine Backups but that hard drive has since gone through formats as well. Any help will be greatly appreciated”.


iPhoto stores all of the photos and information about your photo collection in an iPhoto library. When viewing an iPhoto library in the Finder, it appears as a single icon, known as a package, but in reality, that package contains a whole hierarchy of folders and files inside of it. When you import photos into iPhoto, they are copied by iPhoto into the library package.

iPhoto also creates a handful of its own data files in the library along with the photos themselves. These files contain information such as how you have your photos organized into albums, the title, ratings, keywords, and other information you assign to your photos, and much more.

Actually iPhoto library only contains the hierarchy of the files location and files type within itself. So even if you deleted, or formatted the hard drive there is high chances that your photos are intact and you can recover iPhoto library after format.

Unless “you used the hard drive`s free space again to store images, i.e. you have overwritten the lost data in that space.”

Do not reuse the space any times within the library package. Modifying the data is not recommended as it will wipe out your chances to get back lost files after format.

Get Back your Photos

Instead tryMac iPhoto Recovery to restore all your lost, deleted, formatted data from iPhoto library. We have dedicated years in resolving data loss issues. This well designed and continuously upgraded software has proven record of dealing with iPhoto, iTunes and many more apple products. You can use this tool to restore deleted pictures from iphoto library on snow leopard and other versions. This software recognizes and recover all file formats of images, audio, document and video files from iPhoto Library. This tool can recover lost photos from your iPhoto library after sync error between two Mac machines. Since synchronization error may leads to loss of photos from both source and destination. Mac iPhoto Recovery extracts the photos from Mac volumes and restores it, by using in-built scanning algorithm.iPhoto Recovery utility supports data recovery from different files systems like FAT16, FAT32, HFS, HFSX formatted or corrupted Mac volumes. This is the best application for Mac OS X to get back lost or deleted photos from Mac internal hard drive, removable hard drives like USB flash drives, memory cards, etc. It can recover more than 300 different file types. It has excellent scanning algorithm which will recover digital photos in just few minutes.

This software has powerful features to recover deleted jpg files on Mac and other various types of photo files such as GIF, JPEG,PNG, RAW, NEF, ARW, CRW, etc also capable to and other versions of Mac like Panther, Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Yosemite systems.


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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

iPhoto Recovery Software Installation Steps :

Download and install Mac iPhoto Recovery on your Mac machine. Open the software to launch home page as shown in figure 1


recover iphoto library after format- Main screen

Figure 1: Home Page

On home page, click "Recover Photos", then choose Mac volume as shown in figure 2, and press next


iPhoto library Recovery- Select volume

Figure 2: Select Mac Volume

Check the list of recovered iphotos as shown in figure 3. After successful preview, you can buy and activate the software to save all your valuable pictures back on Mac OS


Recover iPhoto library- Recovered iPhotos

Figure 3: List of Recovered iPhotos


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Requirements: Mac OS X 10.5.X and above (including Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion)

For Leopard (10.5) and
Snow Leopard (10.6) Users
For Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8),
Mavericks and Yosemite(10.10) Users
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