In this web roundup, we have handpicked some of the best free Flash photo galleries on the Internet. From web based scripts, to Flash components ready to be integrated on your website. And on top of that, we’ve also included some cool tutorials that will help you to learn how to create your own 2D and 3D Flash Galleries and how to turn it in a Flash Component.
Full list after jump.
A gallery from Sephiroth.it, based on Flex and Actionscript 3.0 that uses the famous Flickr API.
Flashmo is a well known free flash templates site, where you can find several cool interfaces like this 3D Grid gallery.
PhotoDiary is a Flash based gallery, cool for people that don’t have flash skills or would like to have an application where easily could manage the photos on a normal php back end.
Tony Photo Album
Another cool gallery from FlashMo.
This 3D album component is based on the bellow “Building a 3D album with FIVe3D and TweenLite” tutorial .
Another very easy to manage flash gallery, that allows you to insert caption on each image.
Cool gallery, with a very easy navigation and clean layout.
This gallery it causes a somewhat interactivity wit a cool zoom effect.
A Dezinerfolio application, with lots of features ready to use. They have even included a cool video explaining how to install and customize this cool gallery.
This is an impressive image gallery that can load data either from a xml file or flickr rss. You can use it on a portfolio or something like that. This is an open-source application, so if you have some actionscript skills, you can add additional features to it.
A very cool interactive stack gallery.
A nice caroussel kind gallery.
Another cool gallery, ready to use.
This tutorial explain how to create an awesome Flash 3D Album using the FIVe3D framework and TweenLite.
Another cool tutorial showing how to create a flash gallery controlled by a slider and using xml data.
A 3 part tutorial, creating from scratch a 3D application similar to the famous PicLens.
Flash Slideshow Image Gallery
If you want to create your own gallery, or if you want to add some features to some of the above mentioned examples, why don’t you compile it as a flash component, ready to deploy in your following projects? And better than that, you can sale it in several sites such as the Adobe Exchange.
Editor’s note: This post is written by Carlos for Hongkiat.com. Carlos is a flash-addicted geek, who is also the founder of The Tech Labs, a site that regularly publishes Flash Tutorials, Flex Tutorials and AIR Tutorials.