Lost holiday photos from my digital camera card…

holiday photos

Options for recovering digital photos

Now that we’re into the New Year, it’s time for downloading, reviewing and saving all the digital photos we took over the holidays. There is no way of knowing, but I imagine hundreds of thousands were taken. Digital cameras, smartphones and other devices recorded our memories.
You’d think that someone like me would know better. But, unbelievably, I lost some of our holiday snapshots. It was our granddaughter’s first Christmas, so the photos held special significance. Losing them put me in the doghouse.
Fortunately – for me – I know a thing or two about digital photo recovery. Not only that, but I have the best picture recovery software available: Prosoft’s Klix. After loading the media cards into my computer, I was able to recover all the lost photos. Christmas was saved, and so was my hide!
Good data recovery software can usually recover files lost to logical failures. This includes accidental deletion, and corrupted files or operating systems caused by virus attacks and malware. While Klix is designed specifically for digital photo retrieval, I’m also covered for all types of files (Momma’s Christmas recipes are also on my machine). In those cases, Data Rescue 3 for PC or Mac is the best solution.
For times when physical failure strikes, software solutions won’t work. The Data Rescue Center, our data recovery lab based in Livermore, California, will help recover your important files back. If a data disaster strikes, give us a call for a free consultation.
Here’s to a happy and prosperous New Year, from of us at The Data Rescue Center!

Jennifer is the Marketing Manager for Prosoft Engineering, Inc. and The Data Rescue Center (Award-Winning Data Recovery Service). She handles both Prosoft and The Data Rescue Center's marketing, advertising as well as all social media channels. Jennifer also handles all media relations and product reviews for our award-winning products. Jennifer began working in high tech in 1996 at UMAX Computers when the first Mac clones were released. Since that time she has worked for Integrated Micro Solutions, BMC Software, WildPackets, T-Mobile and has been with Prosoft since 2004.