The small software application with an in built iSight camera or webcam known as the photo booth is provided by Apple Inc. for Mac OS X in order to capture photos and video clips. The photo booth has a single window with a big viewer which provides the preview of photos and video clips instantly. The saved photos and videos thumbnails showed along with the window can be viewed or displayed by double clicking on the thumbnails. The software has advanced features that allow the users to import the files to iPhoto Library, or can be emailed and can be used as icons for iChat.
The software has two sets of image effects that can be added to the photos that you have taken. This large diversity of features made the photo booth a conventional application among Mac OS X users. All your memorable events, family function and special occasions can be captured using this software. Similar to the easiness of taking photos using Picture Booth, the chance for deleting those files is considerably high. There can be different occasions in which the user deletes the saved photos or videos accidentally. You can restore those deleted files if you have a proper backup.
The reason for losing digital photos from both the operating systems is identical, in some situations like photo loss from the memory card due to corrupted memory card software or memory card formatting accidentally. If the memory card is detected by the computer and it has no physical damage, definitely there is a way to recover digital photos that are lost or deleted. Selecting the Delete Original alternative that is present in the iPhoto application in Mac computers, is other common reason for losing photos from Mac system.
However, if you have no backup available or your backup is not working properly, the digital photo recovery for Mac computer can be completed with the help of a powerful digital photo recovery software. Choose an appropriate software that can recover all your deleted pictures and video clips of all commonly used formats like jpeg, jpg, mp3, wav, mp4, mpeg and camera specific raw file formats such as CR2, SRF, NEF, etc. You can recover deleted images or videos, unless it is overwritten by new data.