How to Recover Deleted Pictures from Photo Booth?

My Photo Recovery - A professional photo recovery tool to recover deleted pictures from Mac Photo Booth application. If you want to recover deleted photos from Mac Photo Booth, then straightaway download this free Photo Recovery tool, and get back deleted Photo Booth picture files for free in three quick & easy steps. Download and start recovering now for free!!!

Photo Booth, an Apple utility renders users to experience the excellent picture and video capturing by using an inbuilt iSight camera or a webcam on Mac. It also allows sharing the photos through various channels. The awesome features have made Photo Booth more desirable for the users. Although Apple ensures high security and safety for their products still several events of photo loss has been reported by many users. Some of them were entirely user’s fault which might have been avoided by following standard practices and some were technical loopholes.

“How I can recover photos from deleted Photo Booth on Mac as I accidentally pressed the "x" button on the bottom of a picture that I wanted to keep?"

This one is the most common mistake which usually users commit. However such a situation can be easily resolved by searching for the media in this specific location -

/private/var/tmp/folders.501/TemporaryItems/com.apple.PhotoBooth/IntermediateTrashDirectory/

Loss of Photo Booth files can be avoided by maintaining an updated backup in your Mac time machine. But what would you do when you haven`t backed up the captured photos or you just upgraded the Photo Booth version without any backup. What you will do in such a situation? How you will recover photos from deleted Photo Booth on Mac?

Recover Deleted Pictures from Photo Booth for Free with My Photo Recovery Tool

If you are looking to undelete the Photo Booth on Mac, you can  make use of the Recover My Photo software, developed by the expert IT professionals. The efficient algorithm integrated into this instantly scans the Mac volumes and fetches the deleted Photo Booth files in just a few minutes. It also serves to be an ultimate restoration app to recover my photos for Mac from an emptied Trash or after Photo Booth library corruption. The Photo Recovery software is capable of extracting out the lost images, video clips, songs, etc. in a lucid manner.

This effective application scans your entire system and then it will let you preview all the recoverable Mac files. The software restores deleted photos from Photo Booth from MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Book Mini, iMac, etc. It supports all the Mac OSX versions like- High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, Jaguar, Panther, etc. Apart from Mac volumes, it can also perform media restoration from other external storage devices like- HDD, SSD, USB drives, iPods, memory cards, and many more.

Note- Recover My Photo app also supports formatted CF card photo recovery from various memory cards including SD cards, MiniSD card, Micro SD,  MMC, xD, etc

Steps for recovering deleted photos from Photo Booth on Mac

Step 1: Launch the Recover My Photo software on your Macintosh.

Step 2: Pick the Recover Photos options provided on the main screen.

Step 3: Browse the Mac volume that stored deleted Photo Booth files. Then click on the Scan button.

Main Window

Fig A: Main Window

Step 4: The software starts to undelete the Photo Booth files.

Scanning in Progress

Fig B: Scanning in Progress

Step 5: The recovered media files will be returned for a preview. Check for the files under Data View and File Type View panes.

List of Restored Files

Fig C: List of Restored Files

Step 6: You can preview the Photo Booth file items. Proceed to mark the photos for saving.

Preview Recovered Files

Fig D: Preview Recovered Files

Step 7: Pick a suitable folder location to save the retrieved files and hit on the Save button.

Saving Recovered Recycle Bin Data

Fig E: Save the Recovered Data

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