Discover on this page some photo libraries and public galleries created with Piwigo.
Océanpolis, the famous Breton ocean discovery park, uses Piwigo to manage its photo library and its video library.
The Haute Garonne County council created it's photo library with Piwigo.
The french swimming federation has chosen Piwigo to stock and share a large volume of photos and videos
ICAM, a French engineering school, chose Piwigo to create a photo library shared by its 11 campuses around the world.
The Town Hall of Arles publishes on its Piwigo gallery a selection of photographs which testify with images to the current events of the city.
The Indre County Council chose Piwigo to replace its old photo library software, which was more expensive and less efficient.
Guillaume Cyriaque, amateur photographer in Belgium, chose Piwigo to enhance his work.
eh Canada, a tourism specialist in Canada, hosts thousands of photos in its photo library created with Piwigo.
Neil Fitzgerald, professional New Zealand photographer specializing in nature and wildlife photography, chose Piwigo to enhance his work.
Dong Shaw Hwei, painter from Taiwan, presents his work on his Piwigo gallery.
A passionate amateur lethon presents in this photo library a bank of images on insects, but also spiders and flora. The photos are carefully classified and indexed by family, class, order ... an impressive job.
Instant Photos is the gallery of Gérard Dubouloz, photographer in love with nature and the great outdoors.
Maria, a professional photographer in Paris, uses Piwigo to share her work.
photolib.fr is a photo gallery created with Piwigo which presents photos under the Creative Commons license.
In this photo gallery, Steve Raia presents his photographic work and markets his photos.