Updating iphoto library
If you can help me get these images back I will be eternally grateful to you.As you can see, the customer in question was clearly distressed as she was emotionally attached to the images that just randomly decided to disappear after she upgraded to mac OS High Sierra.First up, we're going to share a few common photo recovery problems that our customers have encountered, before giving you a solution. While some of these were boring images I hadn't gotten around to erasing yet, many of them were images of my son as a baby.Here is a recent email that we received from a concerned customer who feared that they'd lost close to 2000 i Photo images. In these images, I could swipe through and literally watch him grow older right before my eyes. After I upgraded to Mojave/High Sierra I only had 224 photos left, and could not find them anywhere.My library is over 40,000 photos and 1,400 videos, requiring in excess of 500GB of storage.At that level, I’d need the 2TB i Cloud plan at a month…versus Google and Amazon, both of which offer unlimited photo storage space for free (though Google has caps on image and video resolution).
This is because many Mac users have sadly lost their videos, images, and other important documents after upgrading to mac OS High Sierra.
High Sierra upgrading is common because it is one of the most widely installed Mac operating systems at present.
The problem is that it comes with some pretty significant changes.
Missing i Photo images is a particularly common problem, which is why we're looking at deleted photo recovery in today's article.
The aim of this article is to help you retrieve your i Photo images after upgrading to Mojave/High Sierra.