There are many photo-gallery programs available. Zoph is different, as it concentrates on the management of large collection of photos instead of just showing them on the Web. It can store a lot of information about your photos, including the regular EXIF info, photographer, location, title, description, rating, and the people in the photo. Photos can appear in multiple albums and categories. Additional features include search, slideshows, lightboxes, email, access privileges, and multiple languages.
Ansel is a Horde photo gallery that provides functionality for managing unlimited photo galleries, with thumbnails, paging, EXIF data, and permissions on a per-gallery basis. It also provides a number of features not normally found in Web-based photo galleries, including cropping, resizing, rotating, watermarking, and greyscale effects.
GTKRawGallery is a workflow-oriented photo retouching program with the necessary tools to quickly process camera raw images. It brings together Dcraw, Imagemagick, and Exiftool. Important features include an image browser and manager for popular formats, a full-featured Dcraw GUI for fine-tuned raw image pre-processing, image modification tools for 16-bit/channel post-processing, batch conversion with single workflow applicable, a batch processor to speed up the workflow, fast tagging, an advanced metadata editor with EXIF, IPTC, and XMP write support, color management, and print support, Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa Web Albums publishers, and a Dropbox uploader.
Rapid Photo Downloader is an application for professional and amateur photographers, designed for use on the Linux desktop. It can download photos and videos from multiple cameras, memory cards, and portable storage devices simultaneously. It provides many flexible, user-defined options for subfolder creation, photo and video renaming, and backup.
tmphoto is a Web photo gallery with a fairly advanced metadata structure, allowing photos to be described in terms of place, category, persons in the photo, and events. The places, categories, persons, and events can be further described. It offers a nice browsing interface based on the metadata.
EZPX is a lightweight photoblog engine with all the features you need and a user interface you'll love to use. It can be used as a standalone photoblog application or as a Flickr agent. It features an easy installer/upgrader that notifies you when an upgrade is available, support for templates, and much more.
Boar provides simple version control and backup for photos, videos, and other binary files. Boar aims to be the perfect way to make sure your most important digital information, like pictures, movies, and documents, is stored safely. It makes it possible for you to restore any or all of your files from any point in time. It makes it easy to maintain verified backups of your data, including file history. It imposes no limits on file or repository sizes. Using boar is an effective way to prevent data loss due to human or machine error.
phpdigikam is a Web interface for browsing your Digikam photos. It allows you to quickly share your Digikam photo collection with navigation by albums or tags. You will need a PHP5-enabled server and a few lines of configuration. Features include slideshow, play movies, and re-use of freedesktop thumbnails.
The Shepherd Project is a software framework to support capture-mark-recapture (CMR) studies. CMR is a core technique used in the analysis and management of wildlife populations. The Shepherd Project promotes non-invasive "virtual tagging" mark-recapture techniques (e.g., photo-identification via natural coat/skin coloration instead of physical tags attached to animals) to protect both animals and researchers in population studies. The aim of the Shepherd Project is to aid researchers in obtaining and managing CMR data to better understand and manage animal populations. The Shepherd Project is most successfully used as a collaborative, public-facing Web site, allowing members of the research community to collaborate and analyze data "behind the scenes" (with login access) and allowing members of the public to collect data as "citizen scientists" and submit it through submission forms.