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I downloaded some pictures from my digital camera onto my computer? Are those pictures still on my memory card? I really don't know?

My Husband and I are going to develop some pictures today. Are the pictures still on memory card just because you can't see them on camera?

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It depends upon how you did the download. However, if you can't see them, there is a good chance that you deleted them. I can usually see my photos on my camera after I download them. Of course, then I have to delete them when I want to make space on the card, but it's a nice way to back them up for a while.

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Well my husband said where are those pictures on our camera?? I was like? What? lol Because I downloaded onto my computer. But didn't delete nothing ever on computer or camera? ya know? So when we go to Walgreens today with his Mother, and she wants some pictures from our camera? I don't want to embarrassed if they are totally gone!
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I know crazy huh? I'm just not a tech type person? Might call Walgreens.
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You may be able to send them the photos over the Internet.
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Normally, yes they should still be there. They stay on the camera until you manually delete them or the computer offers ti delete them for you.

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yes they r still there

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It is quite possible they were erased when downloaded the pictures. If you want to develope them just got to the website for the place you want to develope them and upload them. Walmart, Walgreen's and CVS all let you do this and it doesn't cost anymore to do it that way.

I do it all the time and then I know my pictures will be ready when I arrive.

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Yeah until u delete them

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