Piwigo shines when it comes to classifying thousands or even hundreds of thousands of photos.
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With Piwigo, all of our Siblu brand graphic elements are accessible and available for our 19 campsites in France. This is a real time saving for all teams. Piwigo offers an easy-to-use and very useful classification tool, which enables us to quickly find photos or videos thanks to tags, albums or comments.
Émilie Sancéau, Siblu
With Piwigo's help we have put over 3,800 photos on our website to display the village and its people, both past and present and so it has become a history of our past, a record of our achievements. Piwigo enables us to link items together, in a time frame, and provide details through photo enlargements and text and be a depository for photos that can be used by all. Our school's children learn the history of the village and by the use of the quizzes learn about how to research subjects.
Robert Macfarlane, Swanland Heritage Centre
We use Piwigo to share and access our photos from all our information centres, without having to overload our dropbox. It is useful and easy to use.
Anthony Favier, Office de Tourisme Bassin d’Arcachon
As a member of basketball club in Rennes, I set up Piwigo to manage our team's many photos. Today, there are some 19,000 photos in public mode, and even more in private mode! and there's more to come. Managing albums and, above all, tags is a real pleasure, especially when it comes to easily finding the right photo to illustrate our website or create a specific poster or flyer. Private access also gives privileged access to our graphic designer, who can retrieve the original photos and work on them. Many thanks to the Piwigo team, and to all the authors of the plugins from which we can pick and choose according to our needs!
Benoît Rozec, Union Rennes Basket 35