Reveal is a simple EXIF metadata viewer and editor. Some of the fields provided are f-stop, shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, date and time, processing options like sharpness, saturation, and contrast, white balance, whether the flash fired and which flash mode was used, shooting, metering, and focus modes, camera sensor type, focal length and subject distance, digital zoom factor, copyright holder and photographer name, and more.
VCG ShadeVis computes a simple, static (but much more correct) per-vertex ambient term. This effect, commonly known as ambient occlusion, is aimed at providing more faithful shading for realtime rendering. In practice, rather than considering the ambient lighting to exist uniformly throughout a scene, this approach determines the ambient brightness of each part of a surface to be proportional to the extent to which the surface has "its outward view of its environment" free (i.e., "occluded") by other surfaces of the object. The most common technique to compute ambient occlusion is based on shooting rays from each surface element to evaluate the quantity of light that reaches it. VCG Shadevis uses OpenGL to accelerate this process by simply rendering the scene orthographically from a set of uniformly-distributed directions and checking against the zbuffer whether each vertex is occluded.
The XMMS Picture Viewer Input Plugin adds picture support to XMMS for various image formats. The picture is displayed for a (configurable) time. In conjunction with XMMS playlists, this makes it possible to create slideshows very easily, e.g. opening a directory that contains picture files directly starts the slideshow.
phpAlbum.net is an easy to install and run photo album and gallery script. It doesn't require a database and features automatic installation on an FTP server with just a few clicks. It generates thumbnails and resized photos and supports password directory protection, access logs, short and longer description of directories and photos, and an admin section for creating new directories, uploading photos, and deleting them. HTML layout is separated from the functional code, and two themes are available.