Data Recovery from Photography Flash Cards

25 01 2008

Everyday at our photography studios and each weekend during a wedding event we take thousands of photographic digital images. These digital files are conveniently stored on a memory device, usually a flash card for later download to a computer. This workflow is a daily job for most photography businesses and is essential for studios to process the captured images. For the most part, this procedure works every time, without fail and we move on. What do you do if you find that your card data is corrupt.   For a portrait, you could re-shoot the family, child or high school senior but what would happen if this was a wedding. What if this was a card loaded with 200 or more bride and groom images? Found a cool solution to this problem that could become your best friend if your card stops working – http://www.photorescue.com 

We are always looking on the Internet for new products or solutions to issues faced at photography studios. Let us know if you found any tools that we can place on this site.

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