Piwigo shines when it comes to classifying thousands or even hundreds of thousands of photos.
Born in 2002, Piwigo has been supporting its users for more than 19 years. Always evolving!
Source code is available, editable, auditable and extendable thanks to plugins and themes.
I've been using Piwigo for almost 4 years. After gathering our families photos, and figuring out there was not an easy way to sort them on just one computer, I knew there had to be an easier solution. We could have spent 10$/mo on some online storage to sort them (google photos), but with our videos, I would blow right through that. After trying a few other 'self hosted' options, I found... see more
Thomas Sweeney, Individual, Maryland, USA
I am a photography enthusiast, sharing lots of free stock photos and photos from hiking trips in New Zealand. I have close to 3,500 images in my Piwigo photo gallery, and all is running very smooth. I discovered Piwigo in 2015. I needed to replace a discontinued photo gallery with something new and Piwigo ticked all the boxes for me. I never looked back - setup was fairly straightforward and... see more
Tomas Sobek, Individual, New Zealand
I have been using Piwigo since 2013. Before I had a website based on Adobe-Flash and I wanted something new and more organised. As open-source platform (and free of charge) Piwigo had all the good cards. The options that really convinced me were: easy to use, quickly upload your new photos, create password protected private albums, the search options, display the photos metadata, give your own... see more
Jan Eijdenberg, Individual, The Netherlands
I have been using Piwigo for about 3 years now after the demise of the Gallery3 manager. Piwigo is much more straightforward to use than Gallery and I would recommend anyone to give it a try!
Bill Peters, Individual, Austria