Recover iPhoto library on Mac

Updated on June 23, 2020

No matter how photos are lost from the iPhoto library, Remo Recover Mac recovers them in 4 simple steps. Recover photos of any format like JPEG, PNG, PSD, JPG, GIF, TIFF or RAW images and even videos! Download the trial version to recover deleted iPhoto library photos for free.

An iPhoto library is a package that contains all your photos organized into a single space. Due to various reasons, photos can get deleted or lost from the iPhoto library. For instance, a Mac update can cause some of your photos in the iPhoto library to go missing. In other cases, it could be an issue during the photo import process or a virus that causes your photos to go missing.

This doesn’t necessarily mean your photos are permanently gone. Your photos could be in the Trash, they could be hidden or they could be deleted, that only data recovery tools like Remo can recover.

Sometimes, your photos could have been moved to Trash, so there is a possibility you could find them here. If you find your photos in the Trash, just drag and restore it to its original location. If you don't find them here, go through the various options provided here and recover iPhoto library easily. This method also assists you on how to recover deleted videos on Mac.

Use Remo Recover to recover deleted iPhoto library when it is deleted from your Mac, missing due to virus attacks, Mac updates, OS reinstall or other reasons. Use this tool on any Mac device like MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, Mac Mini etc.

How to recover photos from iPhoto library?

1. Check the Recently Deleted folders

In some cases, the photos missing from Mac are stored in the Recently Deleted folder. To check this folder,

  • Go to Photos folder and click on Albums tab
  • Find the Recently Deleted folder under Other Albums
  • If you find your photos here, just tap on it and click Recover

Your missing photos will be back in no time. If you don't find it here, check if the photos are hidden as explained in the next step.

2. Check if photos are hidden

  • Go to the Photos folder and click on Albums tab
  • Scroll all the way down and click on Hidden

If you find your photos here, just tap the Unhide button and recover iPhoto library photos.

3. Make use of the highly reviewed tool to restore iPhoto library - Remo Recover Mac

If you don't find iPhoto library photos using the above methods, they are probably missing from your system. In this case, use Remo Recover Mac to quickly find and recover iPhoto library photos from any of your Mac device like MacBook, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac etc.

Steps to recover iPhoto library

  • Step 1: Download Remo Mac Photo Recovery Tool and install it on your Mac machine. Launch the application to open main screen and select Recover Photos followed by selecting Recover Lost Photos option.
  • Step 2: The application will display connected storage devices and volumes on your Mac. Select the volume from where you need to restore pictures.
  • Step 3: After successful completion of scan, the list of recoverable files is displayed and you can view the files using Preview option.
  • Step 4: Select the desired location to save your recovered files. Purchase the license key and hit on Save button.

Remo Recover Mac, one of a kind utility to recover photos from iPhoto Library

Remo Recover Mac offers the best photo recovery services for your need. It is a robust application that has complete command to recover deleted iPhoto library photos from all versions of iPhoto on Mac.

Using this tool, you can reap the following advantages:

  • Recover all types of photos like JPEG, JPG, PNG, PSD, TIFF, GIF ad RAW (CR2, CRW, ARW, SR2, KDC, K25, DCR) formats
  • Perform video file recovery as well as audio file recovery
  • Recover lost photos from iPhoto library without any modifications to original because the software is designed as a read-only program
  • Recover photos from storage devices like SD cards, USB sticks, external hard drives and iPods
  • Use it on any Mac OS version including MacOS Catalina, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Mavericks, Leopard, Snow Leopard (64-bit), Lion, Mountain Lion or earlier versions
  • Organize recovered iPhoto library photos according to their file name, size, date, type etc. and find them in Mac finder styled interface
  • Preview recovered iPhoto library photos for free

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