My name is Denis Anisimov. I’m from Russia, and I am just a programmer. I used to reverse-engineer various proprietary file formats for a long time with some success. Now I run several commercial software projects.
One day my SD card with photographs has gone west. I googled for days but found nothing that could help me recover my lost data. So I sit down and delved into the matter. I thoroughly investigated the structure of jpeg files, ways meta-information is stored, color coding methods, and also the internals of the FAT file system in between. A few months later, I was finally able to recover almost all photographs from my unfortunate SD card. And then I thought: “Hell, it could not be that I am the only one who faced such a problem”. So JpegMedic, a broken JPEG repair service, was born.
Fell free to ask me any questions you may have regarding the service. Just send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll do my best to answer within one working day, but please take into account time zone differences.