This page contains the documentation about running and configuring Photog! If you’re looking for help installing Photog!, please read the Installation Guide.
Photog! is a simple, cross-platform command-line application. To
generate a photography website,
cd to your Pictures directory and
cd Pictures photog
Your photography website should now be available in the destination directory. Go have a look!
After your first run, you will see Photog! has placed a file named
photog.ini inside your Pictures directory. You can configure the behavior of Photog! by editing this file
with a text editor such as “Notepad” on Windows or “Text Edit” on Mac OS. Please refer to the manual pages below for a more detailed explanation and a reference of all configuration options.
The complete documentation of Photog! is available
as a collection of Unix-style manual pages. They can be viewed with
perldoc commands. For instance, the command
photog will show the general Photog! documentation. The available
photog(1) – An
overview of the command-line interface and an introduction to
configuration and customization.
Photography::Website(3) – Describes the
interface and the inner workings of the Photography::Website Perl
Photography::Website::Configure(3) – A
comprehensive list of all configuration options and their default
For your convenience, simply click one of the links above and the manpage will be displayed in the virtual terminal below.