Along the same lines as Gallery check out http://www.zenphoto.org/
It's made to be simpler than Gallery. I like it better than Gallery2
but I haven't used the latest version of Gallery3 which I think was a
rewrite so it's probably pretty different than Gallery2. Both are open
source, written in PHP, and are pretty customizable if you have the
Quoting Genny Engel <[log in to unmask]>:
> At one point I was trying out the Gallery module for Drupal. The
> module is for integrating the otherwise standalone Gallery.
> I ended up going with something else for Drupal, but in a standalone
> situation, I'd definitely give Gallery another look.
> Genny Engel
> Sonoma County Library
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] image gallery management software recommendations
> Hi all,
> I'm working on a project for which we're looking for some image
> gallery management software (ie, upload, organize, tag, etc.) that's
> a standalone piece of software: ie, not part of a larger CMS like
> WordPress, Drupal, ContentDM, etc.
> We'd of course like something that is simple, awesome, and free. (We
> might settle for two of the three...) The only absolute requirement
> is that it needs to run on a Linux/Apache server. PHP/MySQL would be
> preferred, and something with a responsive front-end would also be
> The world appears to be teeming with such things of various quality;
> I thought I'd ask you all for recommendations rather than just try to
> wade through the masses of junk.
> Any ideas?