“Hi everyone, I am a professional photographer. I am using Mac system for working on captured images. Yesterday, when I was trying to delete few useless photos from my Mac trash folder, unknowingly I end up with few important photos deletions from it. Now I am in very big trouble because these deleted photos are very important for me. I want to recover deleted photos from Mac Trash folder at any cost. Please help me to get back these deleted images.”

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Like Windows Recycle bin folder, Mac system also has a predefined folder that is known as Trash. This folder is capable to save files which are deleted by users from their Mac system drive and keep these deleted files until user either restore them or permanently delete them by using an Empty Trash option. Memory size of this folder is up to the size of system hard drive. Besides these features of Trash, sometimes Mac users can face their precious photo deletion issue with it. After encountering such painful situations, users want to get back deleted photos from Mac Trash folder at any cost because it can be very important for them.

In order to recover deleted photos from Mac Trash, users need a highly advanced recovery program because there is no other way to proceed with deleted photo recovery from Mac Trash folder. Recover Deleted Files Mac is one of the highly capable retrieval program which is capable to recover deleted pictures from Mac Trash folder without any more difficulty. This hassle free utility has been tested on all circumstances to retrieve deleted photos from Mac Trash very easily.

Common Causes of Photo Deletion from Mac Trash:
  • At the time of removing useless photos from Mac Trash folder, if users incorrectly choose few important images from it and delete them, then these deleted pictures get deleted permanently from Trash folder.`
  • Without checking the files are present in Trash folder, if user empty this trash folder by right clicking and selecting “Empty Trash” option, then all the files including photos gets removed from it.
  • Formatting Mac system drive partition during reinstalling operating system can also be reason behind photos deletion from Trash folder because in this process, people need to format drive partition for reinstalling system by which all the files saves on this drive including Trash files which were saved in this drive before moving to trash will get deleted.
  • Human error such as Incomplete restoration files from Trash folder, deletion of photos using key combination, empty trash by using terminal window, etc. will also be cause behind photo deletion from trash.

Features of Recover Deleted Files Mac Application:       

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Steps To Recover Deleted Photos From Mac Trash:

Step 1: Download and install the free trial version of Recover Deleted Files Mac app then launch it. The home screen is displayed with 3 options i.e. "Recover Files", "Recover Photos" and "Recover Volumes/Drives". Select "Recover Photos" option to restore deleted photos as illustrated in Figure A

Recover Deleted Photos From Mac Trash - Main Screen

Figure A: Home Screen

Step 2: In order to recover photos that are deleted from Mac Trash folder, select "Recover Deleted Photos" option as illustrated in Figure B.

Retrieve Deleted Photos From Mac Trash - Choose Appropriate Option

Figure B: Select Recover Deleted Photos Option

Step 3: Select the drive from where you want to recover deleted photos and then click on "Next" to proceed further as illustrated in Figure C

Get Back Deleted Photos From Mac Trash - Choose Hard Disk Drive

Figure C: Select Mac hard drive

Step 4:After selecting the volume, click on "Next". It will scans the selected volume and displays the recovered files and folder as illustrated in Figure D.

Deleted Photo Recovery From Mac Trash  - View Retrieved Files

Figure D: Recovered Data

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