Published On - 06 Feb 2020

How to Repair or Fix Grainy Photos?

File Repair

How to Repair Grainy Photos? You click pictures to preserve memories forever and to cherish those memories all your lives. But sometimes you don’t realize that when you are clicking pictures, they are getting destroyed due to many external factors. When you check on those pictures later, you realize that you have made a mistake,…

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Updated On - 06 Feb 2020

How to Repair and Restore Damaged and Lost Photos in Photoshop?

File Repair

In the early ‘90s, people didn’t have the privilege to save copies of their photos in digital media storage devices such as flash drive or memory cards. Back then, photos were captured mostly by professional photographers inside their studio. Cameras that time used to have rolls/negatives of images which were eventually printed out in the…

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Updated On - 13 Feb 2020

The Best JPEG Repair Tool for Windows Systems

File Repair

Amongst multiple image file formats like JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, GIF, PNM, etc., JPEG is the most popular one among photographers and graphic designers. One thing that makes JPEG popular compared to other file formats is its flexibility. It can be used in web sites, email attachments, still images, and offers high compatibility with all…

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Updated On - 18 Feb 2020

How to Repair Corrupted CR2 Photos Easily

File Repair

“I took a couple of images using my Canon EOS 450D camera. Afterward, I checked the images on the camera- everything was fine. Later that day I took out the SanDisk SD card out of the camera in order to transfer these images to my PC. That’s when I discovered that all of the images…

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Updated On - 18 Feb 2020

How to Fix Broken or Corrupt JPEG File Headers?

File Repair

Due to unforeseen circumstances, multimedia files can get damaged or corrupted easily. If you try to open any damaged JPEG or JPG files, then you receive an error stating the probable cause. A JPEG image is comprised of two parts, i.e., the header and the actual binary image data. So, if the header is corrupted,…

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