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How can I recover accidentally deleted iPhoto Library on Mac?

'How can I recover deleted iPhoto Library on Mac? I need some suggestion or guidance. I feel so stupid because I accidentally erased my iPhoto Library to Trash and had emptied the trash securely a few days ago...

My friends told me that I can restore the deleted iPhoto Library from Time Machine. But I completely don't understand how to use this app on my Mac. Can anyone help me retrieve my lost pictures from the deleted iPhoto Library that I had empty securely from the trash plus guidance to activate Time Machine? I need those photos back.'

According to Apple's support community, when a user deleted iPhoto Library, there's still a chance to restore lost photos and even the app itself. Read on and follow the provided solutions you'll see how to effectively restore lost photos after accidentally deleting iPhoto Library. (Methods below also can be applied to restore deleted photos and Photos Library on the latest Mac computers to restore with installed new macOS.)

Workable SolutionsStep-by-step Troubleshooting
Fix 1. Recover deleted iPhoto LibraryMethod 1. Recover without Time Machine...Full steps
Method 2. Recover from Time Machine...Full steps
Fix 2. Rebuild iPhoto Library on MacPress and hold Command and Option keys and click on the iPhoto icon, When a dialog appears...Full steps

Part 1. Recover deleted iPhoto Library on Mac

It's easy to understand that your data always matters more than your apps and hardware. So your first step after deleting iPhoto Library on Mac should be restoring lost photos. And the best way is not to restore from the Trash.

Mostly, according to Apple's support community, when you delete the iPhoto Library from Mac, the chance to restore photos from the Trash is very small. Here are two methods that you can follow and restore deleted iPhoto Library with photos on Mac.

Method 1. Recover deleted iPhoto Library photos on Mac without Time Machine

If Time Machine was not running and you emptied the trash securely after deleting the iPhoto Library, it is impossible for you to perform Mac deleted recovery from Time Machine. If you can't recover deleted iPhoto Library on Mac from TM, you can try EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac for help.

EaseUS Mac data recovery software allows users to recover multiple types of files including the deleted iPhoto Library with simple clicks. It can offer you the most robust recovery capacity in all data loss cases. Now you can free download the trial version and evaluate what it can recover.

Keep Noted:

  1. 1. This software is a trial version that you can use to scan and preview all lost photos without payment. You can pay to restore the lost photos after making sure this software indeed work.
  2. 2. To avoid unexpected data loss, you should immediately start using Time Machine and backing up useful files after following the below photo recovery process.

Step 1. Select the location where your valuable photos were lost and click Scan button.

Step 2. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac will start immediately a quick scan as well as a deep scan on your selected disk volume. Meanwhile, the scanning results will be presented in the left pane.

Step 3. By Path and Type, you can quickly filter the photos you've lost earlier. Select the target files and click Recover Now button to get them back at once.

After the restoring, you've restored the deleted iPhoto Library. One more thing that you should do to view your restored photos, which is to import the restored iPhoto Library into iPhoto Library folder on Mac:

Launch iPhoto > 'File' > 'Switch to Library' > Select the restored iPhoto Library > Click 'OK'.

There, you can view and reuse your photos again.

Method 2. Recover deleted iPhoto Library photos on Mac from Time Machine

As many users know, Time Machine is a backup program. With it running on Mac if you deleted iPhoto Library, this application will create a backup of the deleted pictures. You can launch Time Machine application and go back to the time before you delete the iPhoto Library, then restore the deleted iPhoto Library with photos:

(This also works to restore lost Photo Library.)

Step 1. Connect your Time Machine drive to Mac and run Time Machine from System Preference.

Step 2. Scroll the timeline on the right side, click the desired backup (the date of your last backup).

Step 3. Navigate to the backup of your iPhoto library (by default, your iPhoto Library locates in 'Home/Pictures/iPhoto Library' folder), click to select it and click 'Restore' to retrieve your data.

The time of restoring iPhoto Library depends on its size.

Part 2. Rebuild iPhoto Library on Mac

When the photo recovery process completes, but you find the restored photos don't show up in iPhoto or iPhoto doesn't respond nor work on Mac, don't worry. All you need is to rebuild the iPhoto Library.

The other practical trick that you can try is to rebuild iPhoto Library on Mac computer. Here are the detailed steps:

Warning
The rebuilding iPhoto Library process may result in data loss. Make sure that you've restored all lost photos with the methods provided in Part 1 and saved your data to an external storage device.
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Steps to rebuild iPhoto Library:

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Step 1. Press and hold Command and Option keys and click on the iPhoto icon.

Step 2. When a dialog appears with rebuild options, check the options of rebuild iPhoto Library and click 'Rebuild' to confirm.

Steps to repair Photo Library:

On new Mac computers with the latest macOS such as Catalina, Mojave, you can repair Photos Library and make Photos application work on Mac again

Conclusion

The Mac data recovery software - EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac to restore lost photos after accidentally deleted iPhoto Library is easy and effective for every level of Mac users to apply and try. When you don't have Time Machine backups of lost data, you can also apply it to restore data on Mac without Time Machine.

The two methods provided for restoring deleted iPhoto Library will effectively restore your lost iPhoto Library. If you have further file recovery issues on Mac computers, follow our Mac file recovery resource page for further help.

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by Anna SherryUpdated on 2019-10-24 / Update for Mac OS

'I downloaded Catalina and now find my iPhoto does not work any more! How can I get it to work? DESPERATE!'

If you are facing the iPhoto not working on Mac Catalina issue, it is because that is the way things are designed. iPhoto has actually been retired and Apple no longer supports it. As a replacement to the app, you now have the Photos app that does pretty much all the tasks as the iPhoto app.

But if you have been an iPhoto user and you are now confused as to what to do to access your photos as the app no longer functions, you might want to look for solutions. The following guide should provide you with some tips on how you can overcome the issue and get access to your iPhoto photos. There are actually multiple ways to resolve the issue so you should not have any issues.

Problem 1. iPhoto Not Working/Opening, How to Access Photos in iPhoto?

'Can I retrieve all the photos I still had in iPhotos? Once I downloaded Catalina, iPhotos could no longer be opened. I didn't realize Catalina had that feature. My thousands of iPhotos seem lost. Is there anything I can do?'

If you are like the above user and the iPhoto not opening on Mac Catalina at all, it is because the update is preventing that from happening. Any Macs that runs macOS Catalina or later will not let you launch iPhoto because the app has been retired long ago and Apple does not support it any longer.

The following are some of the things you can do to access your photos that were stored in the iPhoto app on your Mac.

Solution 1: Migrate to the Photos app that comes with Catalina

iPhoto does not work starting with Catalina and there is no chance it will work in any future macOS updates. Therefore, your best solution is to get your photos migrated to the new replacement app you have on your Mac.

The new Photos app lets you easily import your photos from iPhoto. The following shows how to do the task.

Step 1. Hold down the Option key on your keyboard.

Step 2. Launch the Photos app from the Launchpad on your Mac.

Step 3. A prompt will appear asking you to select the library you want to access. From this list, choose your iPhoto library and click on Choose Library.

Your iPhoto library along with all of your photos will launch in the Photos app. You can now manage your photos in this app from now on. That is how you get the images from iPhotos library to Photos library.

Solution 2. Recover Missing Photos in iPhoto If You Failed to Migrate

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In an unfortunate case if the migration procedure did not go well and you ended-up losing your photos, you will need to use a recovery software to recover your photos.

Tenorshare 4DDiG for Mac Data Recovery, a software that lets you easily and quickly recover lost files on your Mac. You can use it to recover your lost photos in a few clicks as shown below.

Step 1 Download and install the software on your Mac. Launch the software when it is installed. On the main interface, click on the drive you want to scan and then click on the Scan button.

Step 2 Select Photos in the left sidebar and you will see your photos in the right-hand side pane. Select the ones you want to recover and click on Recover.

Step 3 Choose the folder where you want to save your recovered photos.

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Problem 2. How to Upgrade iPhoto on Catalina?

'I upgraded to Catalina and I need to use iPhoto. How do I upgrade it?'

Soon as you notice that iPhoto no longer works in Catalina, you will likely start finding ways to get the app to somehow work on your Mac. Not only with iPhoto but you will do it with any other app when it refuses to run on your machine.

Solution: There is no solution

Unfortunately, there is no solution to your issue. iPhoto is retired and no matter how hard you try to run it on your Mac running macOS Catalina, the app will just not run. It is because the app uses an old framework that Apple no longer supports.

Problem 3. Is There an Application like iPhoto?

'I prefer using iPhoto over Photo. Is there an application like iPhoto that will run using the new OS Catalina?'

It is natural to look for alternatives when an app does not work on your machine. Since iPhoto has stopped working on your Mac, you might want to see if something similar is available in the market for you.

Solution: Use iPhoto Alternative Software like Google Photos

Fortunately, you have a great alternative to iPhoto available for your Mac. It is Google Photos and it allows you to upload, manage, and keep your photos on the cloud. It provides 15GB of free storage for original quality photos and unlimited storage for photos that are set to high-quality.

Problem 4. How to Backup iPhoto library Before Catalina Upgrade

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'How do I find my iPhoto library on my hard drive? I want to put all my iPhoto library on an external disk before I even think about upgrading as I have read iPhoto will no longer work when Catalina is installed. I genuinely hate the photos app and much prefer the ease and control I have with iPhoto. When I click on the iPhoto in my applications folder, there isn't any library there.'

If you already know that iPhoto is not going to work in Catalina, you might want to backup your iPhoto photos to an external hard drive before you proceed with the Mac update. This is actually the best way to keep your photos safe as well as easy to import into the Photos app when the update is installed.

Solution: Backup iPhoto libraries to External Hard Drive

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Your Mac lets you easily backup your iPhoto photos to an external hard drive and you do not even need an app to do the task. Everything that you need is already available on your machine

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Step 1. Open a Finder window and head into /User//Pictures. Right-click on the file that says iPhoto Library and select Show Package Contents.

Step 2. Open the Masters folder on the following screen and you will see all your photos organized by their years.

Step 3. Copy these folders and paste them onto your external hard drive using Finder.

You have successfully created a backup of your iPhoto photos on your hard drive.

Sum Up

If you are wondering 'how to access my photos in iPhoto after Catalina upgrade', there are a few easy ways to do the task as described above. You should be just fine with using any method available in the above guide.