ImageStore alternatives and similar software solutions
Based on the "Photo and Video Galleries" category.
Alternatively, view ImageStore alternatives based on common mentions on social networks and blogs.
PhotoPrism9.7 9.7 ImageStore VS PhotoPrismAI-Powered Photos App for the Decentralized Web 🌈💎✨
Immich8.8 9.6 ImageStore VS ImmichSelf-hosted photo and video backup solution directly from your mobile phone.
Lychee8.5 0.0 L4 ImageStore VS LycheeA great looking and easy-to-use photo-management-system you can run on your server, to manage and share photos.
LibrePhotos8.0 6.4 ImageStore VS LibrePhotosA self-hosted open source photo management service. This is the repository of the backend.
OwnPhotos8.0 6.4 ImageStore VS OwnPhotosA self-hosted open source photo management service. This is the repository of the backend.
Chevereto Free7.4 6.6 L2 ImageStore VS Chevereto FreeCommunity/Personal Image Hosting
Piwigo7.0 9.7 L2 ImageStore VS PiwigoManage your photos with Piwigo, a full featured open source photo gallery application for the web. Star us on Github! More than 200 plugins and themes available. Join us and contribute!
Photo Stream7.0 1.3 ImageStore VS Photo StreamSelf-hosted, super simple photo stream
Gallery CSS6.0 0.0 ImageStore VS Gallery CSSCSS only Gallery
Photonix6.0 1.0 ImageStore VS PhotonixA modern, web-based photo management server. Run it on your home server and it will let you find the right photo from your collection on any device. Smart filtering is made possible by object recognition, face recognition, location awareness, color analysis and other ML algorithms.
PiGallery 25.7 7.0 ImageStore VS PiGallery 2A fast directory-first photo gallery website, with rich UI, optimized for running on low resource servers (especially on raspberry pi)
MediaDrop5.7 0.0 L4 ImageStore VS MediaDropA video, audio and podcast publication platform written in Python.
sigal5.2 8.6 L4 ImageStore VS sigalyet another simple static gallery generator
Gallery4.9 0.0 L3 ImageStore VS GalleryThe simplest, most intuitive way to host your photos on your website.
Photoshow4.8 0.0 L1 ImageStore VS PhotoshowA free web gallery in PHP with drag-n-drop support
Zenphoto4.2 8.1 L2 ImageStore VS ZenphotoThe Zenphoto open-source gallery and CMS project
Photoview4.2 9.1 ImageStore VS PhotoviewPhoto gallery for self-hosted personal servers [Moved to: https://github.com/photoview/photoview]
UberGallery3.6 0.0 ImageStore VS UberGalleryAn easy to use, simple to manage, web photo gallery written in PHP.
Chevereto 2.X3.2 0.0 L3 ImageStore VS Chevereto 2.XOpen source one-click image hosting script.
MinigalNano3.1 0.0 ImageStore VS MinigalNanoMinigalNano is a very simple image gallery. It adheres to the KISS principle and is very easy to install. MinigalNano does not have a web admin interface: You just upload your images in the photo folder on your server
Plumi3.0 0.0 L4 ImageStore VS Plumiplumi video sharing
Photato2.9 0.0 L2 ImageStore VS PhotatoPhotato - The personal Pictures gallery
Fussel2.6 5.7 ImageStore VS FusselA static photo gallery generator
Coppermine2.4 4.3 L1 ImageStore VS CoppermineMultilingual photo gallery that integrates with various bulletin boards. Includes upload approval and password protected albumns.
Shot.io2.3 0.0 ImageStore VS Shot.ioMobile optimised photo publishing platform
Quru Image Server2.1 2.4 ImageStore VS Quru Image ServerDynamic image server for web and print
phog1.8 0.0 L2 ImageStore VS phogStatic photo gallery generator with S3 uploader
novaGallery1.6 5.3 ImageStore VS novaGallerynovaGallery - a beautiful and and ease to use php image gallery for your photos - flat file - no database required - modern responsive design
PhotoLight1.5 0.0 ImageStore VS PhotoLightThe easiest photo gallery there is.
CumulusClips1.1 0.0 L5 ImageStore VS CumulusClips[DEPRECATED] Free Video Sharing CMS - Non-official repository, go to http://cumulusclips.org to have latest official version of CumulusClips
Pygmyfoto1.1 0.0 L2 ImageStore VS PygmyfotoA crude solution for publishing a photo roll on the web
VideobinA simple video upload and sharing service with transcoding.
DamselflyServer-based Digital Asset Management with workflow similar to Picasa.
MediagoblinA Free software media publishing platform that anyone can run. You can think of it as a decentralized alternative to Flickr, YouTube, SoundCloud, etc.
KokenContent management and web site publishing for photographers.
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ImageStore is a self-hosted photo gallery, that makes Google Photos users feel right at home.
- Clean and intuitive UI for desktop and mobile browsers
- Automatic thumbnail creation for faster loading times
- Fast uploads for both photos and videos
- Albums to sort your photos
- Easily searchable labels
- Automatic image-tagging
- Face recognition
- AI based search
- Modular architecture for easy expanding
This should give you a feeling of how everything works with images of cats. The demo is not very up to date or fast, but you can use it to see if you like the UI in general.
To upload your own images and use all features, you will need to self-host.
Docker prebuilt images
- For more advanced features: x86_64 CPU (also known as x64, x86_64, AMD64 and Intel 64)
Download the docker-compose.yml:
docker-compose up. If you want any optional modules, use
--profile module to add them. Check below for a list of modules and explanations!
docker-compose --profile search --profile face --profile import up.
Go to http://localhost:3000. You can edit the used port in the dockerfile.
You can update to the newest version with
docker-compose pull. Again, use
--profile module if you also want to update a module.
Last, if you want to run the dev-branch, do
TAG=:test docker-compose up.
Docker build images yourself
- For automatic labeling: x86_64 CPU (also known as x64, x86_64, AMD64 and Intel 64)
If you want to build yourself, then clone this repo and run
docker-compose -f docker-compose-build.yml up. Again, you can use
--profile to add features.
Requires Ubuntu 18.04/20.04.
git clone https://github.com/gregordr/ImageStore cd CLI-Install sudo ./imagestore-build.sh
This will install and configure everything as needed in order to host ImageStore. PostgreSQL 11, Nodejs and nginx will be installed. By default it hosts over port 8080. If it is already in use, it will ask for an alternate port. The created database user is seeded with a random 16 character string, so there is no default password to worry about.
The Imagestore service by default will start on boot. To stop Imagestore, run
sudo systemctl stop ImageStoreFRONT.service; sudo systemctl stop ImageStoreBACK.service;
To prevent the service from starting on boot, run
sudo systemctl disable ImageStoreFRONT.service; sudo systemctl disable ImageStoreBACK.service;
Notes for raspberry Pi:
Incase you get an error with the backend saying unreachable code, you might have to run the following commands:
wget http://ftp.ch.debian.org/debian/pool/main/libs/libseccomp/libseccomp2_2.5.1-1_armhf.deb sha256sum libseccomp2_2.5.1-1_armhf.deb # CONFIRM THAT THE OUTPUT MATCHES THE FOLLOWING LINE BEFORE YOU RUN THE LAST COMMAND: # 7a4d09eea20f7e17a416825ae2be06ca08b9cb5072566045c545c74192e6fcca libseccomp2_2.5.1-1_armhf.deb sudo dpkg -i libseccomp2_2.5.1-1_armhf.deb
List of modules:
These are the currently avaialable modules, or add-ons.
- detectron: Will automatically add relevant tags on your images.
- yolo: Same as detectron, but with less accuracy and much less processing power needed. Don't activate both at the same time or they will conflict.
- search: With this module you can look for pictures similar to another image, and also search for pictures by their description. This will replace the default search, which looks for the image name and relevant tags.
- face: This modules will find faces in your pictures, and enable you to look up other pictures of a person by pressing on their face on the sidebar/infopanel.
- import: This will create an import directory. It contains the folders "import" and "rejected". Anything placed in the first folder will be uploaded to ImageStore. On success it is deleted, on an error it is moved to the second folder. ## Contributing:
Feel free to open an issue if you want to see any new features.
If you would like to implement a feature, please create a PR to the