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Photo Rescue
Blaine McCartney, Photographer
Cheyenne | WY | USA | Posted: 10:33 PM on 06.12.15
->> Any recommendation for a downloadable photo rescue program for memory cards?
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Tom Story, Photographer
Tempe | AZ | USA | Posted: 11:09 PM on 06.12.15
->> I have always had good luck with Photo Rescue.
http://www.datarescue.com/
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Dennis Wierzbicki, Photographer
Chicago | IL | USA | Posted: 8:55 AM on 06.25.15
->> Blaine, +1 on PhotoRescue. It's almost magic how it recovers stuff off cards.

It will even find images you thought you'd erased months ago, after multiple reformats, so be prepared for it to recover a LOT of images beyond what you're looking for.

I just used PhotoRescue on a couple CF cards that became corrupt some time between being ingested by an editor and my attempt at ingesting, and not only did it recover all my images from that event, it found football shots from last fall, images from a few recent games, etc.
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Richard Uhlhorn, Photographer
Chelan Falls | WA | USA | Posted: 11:34 AM on 06.25.15
->> Photo Rescue saved me years ago when I accidentally deleted one card of a wedding shoot. It recovered everything and the cost is affordable.
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Michael Granse, Photographer
Urbana | IL | USA | Posted: 10:27 PM on 06.25.15
->> I had a corrupted card on a tight deadline and I found Image Rescue online, downloaded it, installed it, used it to resurrect my photos, edited, captioned, and still met my deadline.

It is the only time I have ever needed it but it is something that everyone should either have or at least know where to get it when needed.
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John Howley, Photographer
Circleville | OH | USA | Posted: 10:56 AM on 06.27.15
->> It's been a year or so since I bought one of their cards, but I think it's San Disk that offers a free year of their rescue program when you buy one of their cards. I've used it a couple of times (sometimes to just see what would pop up from old cards) and have been amazed at how well it works.

So, if you could use a new card that may be a good option.
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Blaine McCartney, Photographer
Cheyenne | WY | USA | Posted: 12:03 PM on 06.27.15
->> Thanks guys. PhotoRescue was what I had previously, couldn't remember the name of it and it worked great for me when I needed it.

It wasn't one of my cards, but one of my co-workers. Think the card was fried, got hundreds of "error read" messages. Wasn't able to salvage anything off of it.
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