Understanding Digital Camera File Formats

In this video, digital photography expert Michael Stewart teaches you to understand digital camera file formats.

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Wondershare Photo Recovery Software Guide to Recover Lost Photos

How to Recovery Photos with Wondershare Photo Recovery This is a guide to show you how to recover deleted photos from Wondershare Photo Recovery software in an easy-to-read step-by-step format. Here at Photo Recovery Software Review, we recommend this software for deleted photo recovery, and aim to provide support for our users as they navigate through the journey that is photo recovery. Wondershare is a free software to try, and is completely functional up until the...

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Three Quick Tips for Using Multiple Memory Cards

Remember the old saying, “Don’t put all of your eggs into one basket?” Well, that holds especially true when trying to  prevent a loss of data and avoid deleted photo recovery altogether. Recently on a trip through the Czech Republic, after about three weeks of traveling (and taking pictures), I woke up to find that there were no pictures on the memory card that was currently in the camera— luckily, I was eventually able to get those pictures back...

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do photos become corrupt? Data corruption occurs when there is an error in the transmission of data. This can happen from a power surge, physical harm to a device, or hardware failure. After a photo has been corrupted, often times only part of that particular photo will be recoverable. How does photo recovery software work? Most photo recovery programs use a method called “file carving,” which is a complex task that reassembles computer files without the...

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The Top Four Myths Surrounding Digital Camera Memory Card Corruption

Don’t Believe Everything You Read 1. It is better to delete images from the computer rather than directly off of the camera. This is true in the fact that it will use less erase cycles on the card if you delete all of your photos at once after uploading them, BUT seeing that newer memory cards can handle up to 100,000 erase cycles before seeing an error, it would take a lot of photos to reach this point. In all likelihood you will replace your camera and card before...

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