Blog

  • All
  • Basics
  • Object Recognition
  • Update Notes

Released on May 6, 2020, this release contains major improvements to image tagging and keywords management.  We finally have a Fixed Keywords Dictionary (aka Controlled Vocabulary)!  Hurray! It also includes performance optimizations, EXIF improvements and bugfixes. ADDING KEYWORDS This release provides a significantly more flexible interface for tagging images. As keystrokes are typed...

Read More

Released on April 1, 2020, we've added large new features even though the primarily purpose of this release was for fixes and tweaks coming out of our huge version 10 release earlier in March. The biggest items are faster and smarter searches, a new data grid view, and the ability...

Read More

Given multiple tags to search for DBGallery now prioritizes results based on how many keywords are in the images returned.  Search for 'Nevada desert cacti' and results show images with all three keywords show first, those with just two next, followed by all those that have any of those tags. A...

Read More

Released on March 10, 2020, this is our biggest update ever! In Summary: Version 10 has major functionality and user experience improvements.  These are all in our web version. Complete image collection management is now available from the web interface, meaning all file and folder operations are available. Which data...

Read More

What is DBGallery's web version? Our product comes in two flavors.  The desktop version and the web version.  The desktop is our older product and is installed onto Windows computers, which in turn accesses DBGallery's database and file system.   The web version is a web server plugin where users login via...

Read More

Object recognition uses AI to detect objects in a photo and auto-tag those photos to make finding them easier. Adding images to a system that utilizes object recognition can make finding images significantly easier. And it's effortless. Adding meaningful tags to images, without having to do so manually, is an opportunity to...

Read More

There are a whole lot of files in your company's media collection and its often useful to know more stats than simply the number of files and folders. DBGallery provides a quick one-pager overviewing its entire collection, in a dashboard-like layout. Click for a full size view. The image above and the...

Read More

Duplicate images across your collection is just not cool. Never mind all the extra disk space it uses, more important is the confusion it can cause and the time it wastes. For example, someone searches for a photo and finds multiples of the same image. They don't know which to...

Read More

Need to get a DBGallery photo collection accessible via the web?  There are a number of options. 1) Self hosting using our web server plugin   Securely share access to portions of the image collection over the internet using your own internal web server. Internet logins see the same images, search with the same...

Read More

Fighting reality is like fighting truth. . .you can't win. Many of the errors made in taking care of a digital photo collection come from not understanding basic fundamentals of digital photography management. Following are ten important realities that are not likely to change anytime soon. Understanding these will make will...

Read More

Knowing all the places you've visited in the world is great but not like seeing them right in front of you across a map. Or at work, understanding approximately where your customers or suppliers are is also great. Maybe you aren't quite sure of them all though. Seeing them across...

Read More