Cee’s Tips and Tricks: Data Recovery Software and a Survey

I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to back up files. It’s painful to lose photos. Here’s one approach. Please share any other suggestions.

Cee's Photography

Tips and TricksSince my last tips and tricks post, I actually lived a photographer’s nightmare.  One that I have been very fortunate not to have experienced to this point.  I figure the photos I have taken are in the hundreds of thousands over the years.

Data Recovery Software

071114 tips and tricksI got home from a wonderful photo shoot at Hughes Water Gardens, and began home loaded my 500+ photos into Aperture, like I always do.  Since I was key wording my photos in Aperture, I deleted them from my camera’s disk.  Then I went back to actually look at my photos and BLAMO all my photos totally disappeared.

My photos were nowhere to be found.  Not even on my back up drive which I have automatically done when I load my photos.  All traces of my photos were gone.  Needless to say my heart sank.  After ranting and raging for quite a prolong period of time, I calmed…

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