This is the official website of Gallery, the open source web based photo album organizer. Gallery gives you an intuitive way to blend photo management seamlessly into your own website whether you're running a small personal site or a large community site.


Gallery 3 User Guide

Do you want to try out Gallery 3 but nervous that it might be too complicated to get started? Do you want some information on a specific topic, but don't have the time to ask in the forums? Gallery 3 has a great user guide:

Gallery 3 User Guide

Documentation site user "Hukoeth" has done a great job of piecing things together to make it easier for you to quickly get up to speed on installing, configuring, and using Gallery 3. Thanks Hukoeth!

If you'd like to contribute back to Gallery, but your budget is tight and you're not a programmer, contributions to our documentation are much appreciated and add a lot of value.

Gallery 3 - One Week In

We're sure glad that Gallery 3 has finally made it out the door, and it looks like you're pretty happy too! In the week since it's release, Gallery 3 has already been downloaded almost 15,000 times, and the Gallery 3.x feedback forum and Gallery 3 troubleshooting forums have been alive with activity. Theres been a little buzz around the internet, from tweets (We really like this one. Thanks liotier!) to news stories (like this one on Every mention is greatly appreciated! Have you blogged about Gallery 3 or seen it written up somewhere? Let us know!

Thanks for all your support, and here's what to expect in Gallery 3.1.

Gallery 3.0 is *almost* ready!

We have 3 tickets left, and they look like things for which we would probably not block the launch. WOOT!

Some highlights of the RC 2 cycle:

The product is looking great. I'm really excited to ship the final version! If you were ever planning on testing it, now is the time!

If you know of somebody who has time to make the Debian package, now is a great time for that too. Here's the package bug for that: Debian Bug #511715 - Gallery 3.

Looking forward to an awesome release!

Gallery 3.0 Release Candidate 2 is available!

The second and final release candidate of Gallery 3.0 (code named Santa Fe) is here! Your feedback in our beta and release candidate phases has been priceless. Now we're just going to make sure that there are no last minute showstoppers before we release the final version and our real journey with Gallery 3 starts!
Download it now! or read on for more details...

Happy 10th Birthday Gallery!

Bharat registered Gallery as a project on SourceForge on June 18th, 2000 to share his small PHP photo program with the world. Now with over 20,000 code changes across 3 completely unique versions and almost 100,000 forum topics, Gallery is 10 years old and on countless web sites around the world. In addition to the huge Team of documented contributors over the years, thousands of people have helped make this possible. Thanks everyone for all of your comments, bug reports, patches, help, and feedback. We couldn't have done this without you!

Gallery 3 RC 2 is just around the corner and we can't wait to finish up the last few things and get it out the door to you.

Übermind releases GalleryExport for Aperture and iPhoto

Übermind, the folks behind several popular digital photography software plug-ins, have released GalleryExport for Aperture and iPhoto. With support for both Gallery versions 1 and 2, it is now easier than ever before to share photos from your Mac to your Gallery.

Both GalleryExport plug-ins are free and available to download from the Übermind website:


Read on for the feature list.