Personal Photo Management powered by Go and Google TensorFlow
PhotoPrism® is a privately hosted app for browsing, organizing, and sharing your photo collection. It makes use of the latest technologies to tag and find pictures automatically without getting in your way. Say goodbye to solutions that force you to upload your visual memories to the cloud!
To get a first impression, you're welcome to play with our public demo at demo.photoprism.org.
Step-by-step installation instructions for our self-hosted community edition can be found on docs.photoprism.org - all you need is a Web browser and Docker to run the server. It is available for Mac, Linux, and Windows.
We recommend hosting PhotoPrism on a server with at least 2 cores and 4 GB of memory. Beyond these minimum requirements, the amount of RAM should match the number of cores. Indexing large photo and video collections significantly benefits from fast, local SSD storage.
Our vision is to provide the most user-friendly solution for browsing, organizing, and sharing your photo collection. The roadmap shows what tasks are in progress, what needs testing, and which feature requests are going to be implemented next.
Please give ideas you like a thumbs-up 👍 , so that we know what is most popular. Ideas backed by one or more eligible sponsors will be prioritized as well.
Follow us on Twitter to receive regular project updates and discuss development related topics. Don't be afraid to ask stupid questions.
You're welcome to support us via GitHub Sponsors, especially if you have feature requests1 or need help with using our software. In addition, you can find us on Patreon and PayPal. We've also set up crypto wallets for Bitcoin, Monero, and Dogecoin.2
Your continuous support helps...
Also, please leave a star on GitHub if you like this project. It provides additional motivation to keep going.
Thank you very much! <3
2 Our entire infrastructure runs on certified renewable energy. We don't engage in mining or trading.
PhotoPrism® is a registered trademark of Michael Mayer. You may use it as required to describe our software, run your server, for educational purposes, but not for offering commercial goods, products, or services without prior written permission. In other words, please ask.