Create lovely photo web galleries directly from your macOS Photos library. Share the generated HTML output folder with your family and friends in any possible way – e.g., via your website, via your external storage or USB. It’s easy, and it only takes a few moments. The perfect use case if you are a photographer, wedding planner, or the photo library organizer of your family.
Features:– Showcase your photos of Apple macOS Photos app on any browser
– HTML output folder which can be hosted anywhere – e.g., on your Mac, your website or local server drive– No MySQL or PHP required
– Select one, multiple or all albums of your Photos library
– Display the date, time, title captions and location (via Apple Maps or Google Maps) of your pictures
– Integrated HEIC to JPG image format converter for wide compatibility
– Support for photos and videos of your macOS Photos app library
– Sort the photos and videos of your gallery by date
– Add extra albums to an existing gallery without regenerating the whole gallery
– Resize images by percent values automatically
– Beautiful galleries on every browser and any device
– Valid Bootstrap 4 HTML output
Get photos2webgallery now & share your beautiful memories with the world! Questions? Feel free to contact us anytime! :)
Long nights, lots of code, lots of coffee: The new version 1.3 of photos2webgallery is here! Whoop!
• Webpage export using the new Bootstrap 4 HTML format standards
• Smaller thumbnail files for each photo for faster loading of the album overview pages
• Improved resizing mechanism for faster bulk editing of image sizes
• Extensive bug fixes and improvements
Enjoy – and let us know if you have any ideas or new feature requests: firstname.lastname@example.org :)
Ratings and Reviews
Way overpriced (even on sale) for functionality
While this application does take an album from Photos and export it to a web page, it gives basically zero flexibility in what it creates. You can't specify max resolutions, just a percent to shrink by and a poorly labeled indicator that doesn't update when you drag the scale bar.
Thumbnails are all sized the same and warped to fit the pre-defined aspect ratio in thumbnail view.
The web site shows some "screenshot" of a view with thumbnails all tessalated together but it doesn't seem to make that view.
No option is given to show images descriptions rather than titles. My images are titled by my camera and those titles aren't useful.
For an app with near-zero configurability, this price is outrageous. The cost and polish of the web site tricked me into thinking there would be more to it.
Until the developer puts more effort into this and spends as much time on the UI and feature set as he or she spent on spinning it as a better app, don't buy this.
This app looks like it’d do what I want it to do, but is actually useless.
I want to take an album, and create an HTML gallery, which is exactly what it says it does. It doesn’t do it in any useful fashion though. The first thing is the UI is severly lacking. You are presented with a list of your albums in random order, and no way to find the one you want. As I have several hundred albums, it took me over 10 minutes just to scroll through the list to find the one I wanted.
Once you finally find the album, you have almost no control over the output. You get “Reduce by X%”, which does something unclear. You have no control over the pixel size of the images. You have no control over the pixel size of the thumbnails. You have no control over the layout. You have no control over the title of the pictures. You have no control.
The titles don’t even show up in the gallery view, just on the individual images. The title it does give, like "1 / 27 Saturday, Aug 19, 2017 15:47:31” is pretty useless. I gave the image the title "The exhibition from above” in my album, this just ignores that.
All in all, just don’t bother.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your feedback. We heard to your feedback in terms of new update 1.2 :) Cheers and enjoy!
Does not generate compliant bootstrap code
This is alpha quality code.
I suggest the author review the bootstrap 3.3 spec or better yet upgrade to bootstrap 4 AND THEN FOLLOW THE SPEC.
I spent some time to see if the result could be salvaged. I edited the generated code to add <div class="row"> to make it responsive, but more was needed. It is not using img-responsive so pictures
do not correctly resize.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your feedback, robhawleyastro! Sure, we will continue to improve and update the HTML/web templates offered by default. By the way: You can modify the HTML and CSS code with any code/text editor after exporting your albums. Thanks again and cheers! :)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.