Piwigo brilla quando si tratta di organizzare migliaia o addirittura centinaia di migliaia di foto.
Nato nel 2002, Piwigo è presente per i suoi utenti da oltre 21 anni. E sempre in evoluzione!
Il codice sorgente è disponibile, modificabile, controllabile ed estensibile grazie ai plugin ed i temi.
I run a small gallery with pictures from car races. I tried different platforms but thanks to Piwigo I found what I need. It is intuitive to use, I don't need IT knowledge to be able to use this gallery efficiently. The software efficiently uses my old IT equipment, working on it surprisingly well for several years.
I'd like to express my gratitude and appreciation to Piwigo, without whom I'd have been a very unhappy archivist. Since 2007, I've been shooting my life, day by day. In 2010, I felt the intrinsic fear of losing my photos. That's when Piwigo came into my life, never to leave again. Today, I manage over 50,000 photos, and despite the sheer number, the gallery remains fluid and the many themes enhance the interface to suit your tastes. The other reason I love Piwigo is the ability to customize who sees each folder. I have 200 users who can see all the photos of all the evenings we've spent together. And thanks to tags, each of my friends can, in a way, follow his or her evolution by seeing all the photos in which he or she appears and has been tagged. Piwigo is like the Wordpress of photography.
Feeding an online photo library was a real challenge for us! The platform is fun, ergonomic and compatible with our other software. A real time saver, a success!
Nicolas, Parc naturel régional des Landes de Gascogne
I love photography, I travel and shoot various events and so I have quite a number of photos to manage. Coming from those primitive directory-based PHP scripts, I realized I need more. Albums, tags, geo-tagging, privacy management, virtual albums, user management… And all that self-hosted. And thus, I've invited Piwigo to my life. Piwigo has all the functionality I need and it's under an active development so it's continuously improving. I love Piwigo because it's fairly easy to install and then manage, easy to backup, and it's free-and-open-source software.