Photocrumbs is a forgetful single-file PHP web app for instantly publishing photos as a chronological stream. The app features expiration functionality. When enabled, it deletes photos older than a user-defined number of days—hence the forgetful moniker.
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Pygmyfoto is a crude solution for publishing photos on the web as a photo roll. Pygmyfoto is not designed to replace a dedicated photography blog or gallery software. Instead, it offers a straightforward way to publish your photos as a continuous roll. Key EXIF data, such as exposure, aperture, focal length, and ISO are provided for each photo along with the link to its high resolution version.
An open source alternative to Flickr or Picassa, designed to give users as much control over their images as possible. Files are stored in your Dropbox or Amazon S3 bucket, and you can choose between an account on OpenPhoto’s servers or hosting the whole shebang yourself.
There’s a basic iPhone app for uploading images, too.
igal2 is a quick and easy program for placing your images online with just one command-line. It generates a pretty good-looking set of W3-compliant static HTML slides even with its default settings.
A quick and simple way to create a gallery of images. The default output isn’t, in fact, ‘pretty good-looking’, but the templates are easy to tweak.
PhotoShow is a free, open-source, and very easy to use web gallery installable on any web server.
PhotoShow uses the file system rather than a database, and setup consists of editing a couple of lines in a config file. Here’s a demo.