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You can use ScanTailor. Scan Tailor is an interactive post-processing tool for scanned pages. It performs operations such as page splitting, deskewing, adding/removing borders, and others. You give it raw scans, and you get pages ready to be printed or assembled into a PDF or DJVU file. Whilst it's not available natively on OS X, the exe works ...
Why is this happening: because deleting the picture from DCIM has no effect on the database listing the pictures neither to the thumbnails generated during the capture of the picture. Once the DCIM empty the DB points to void placeholders. How to do otherwise: try rebooting the iPhone. Next time delete them form the device or use some 3rd party softs.
I use Picasa from Google for that. It is not intrusive (will leave your photos in place), and it will not make duplicates (saves space on your disk). It also comes with Google web space (so you can upload/download) and easy share with others. Here is what they say about them self: Picasa does not store the photos on your computer. When you ...
STOP ALL FILE OPERATIONS AND UNMOUNT YOUR HARD DRIVE If you haven't written to the Drive since then, it will eventually save you. When Moving files like this, they get marked as deleted on the drive. Therefore you can only try to recover them. Which means: Get a Recovery-Software like DataRescue Or a free (CLI) programm like PhotoRec Try recovering the ...
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