Tropy is a free software that enables you to organize and describe photographs of research material. Once your photographs are imported into Tropy you can organize them into items and then lists. You are also able to describe the content of the photographs, tag them, and transcribe any information contained within the image. Metadata templates are customizable and include multiple fields for different properties of the content of your photographs, such as title, date, author, box, folder, collection, and archive. A search functionality means that the metadata, tags, and notes for each photograph are all searchable.
Tropy is not any of the following:
Watch this screencast for an introduction to Tropy.
This infoguide borrows heavily from the Tropy documentation. Please see the documentation itself, as well as this guide's Documentation and Tutorials tab, for more information on other functionalities of Tropy.
Please see the following related guides for further help with your digital humanities project or work of digital scholarship.