Step-by-step installation instructions for our self-hosted community edition can be found in Getting Started. All you need is a Web browser and Docker to run the server. It is available for Mac, Linux, and Windows.
Need help? Common issues can be quickly diagnosed and solved using the troubleshooting checklists we provide at docs.photoprism.app/getting-started/troubleshooting. You can also find helpful background information on Known Issues and learn what workarounds are available.
Visit docs.photoprism.app/user-guide to learn how to sync, organize, and share your pictures. Our User Guide also covers many advanced topics, such as migrating from Google Photos and thumbnail quality settings.
Browse the Knowledge Base for detailed information on specific product features, services, and related resources:
- Compliance FAQ for professional users and organizations
- Getting Support and Reporting Bugs
- Metadata Compatibility
- Supported File Formats
- and more
Our Developer Guide contains all the information you need to get started as a developer. It guides you from setting up your development environment and creating pull requests to running tests and adding translations. Multiple subsections provide details on specific features and links to external resources for further information.
Want to learn more about our development practices? Our approach relies heavily on agile methodologies with a high degree of automation and continuous integration. Many of the best practices we use and have proven to be effective are described in Quality and Best Practices.
Information about the index database schema is provided as an entity-relationship diagram, Mermaid.js markup, and MariaDB-compatible SQL:
The entity models as part of our public source code also serve as a form of documentation that can be well used by many developers. Feel free to contact us with your specific requirements if you need additional technical documentation.
Terms & Privacy
Terms of Service
Visit https://photoprism.app/terms to learn how we work, what you can expect from us, and what we expect from you.
Trademark and Brand Guidelines
Our Trademark and Brand Guidelines, which may be updated from time to time, describe how our brand assets may be used. It is important to us that any permitted use of our brand assets is fair and meets the highest standards.
By using our infrastructure, including the forums and chats we provide, you agree to our Code of Conduct. It explains the "dos and don’ts" when interacting with other community members.