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Deleted Master File for Iphotos


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I was trying to get my iphotos into lightroom and deleted the master file. I had not done a backup since May and lost all photos from May to December. I used a data recovery software and found the file folder but as click on it takes me to an empty file that says master.apmaster. When I click on that it brings up iphoto and then says it is in the wrong format. Any ideas?
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