Powerful, next-gen photo manager

AI-tag, edit, & serve your team's photo assets. A futuristic DAM built for modern marketing teams, photographers, & developers.

Trusted by the best.

Since May 2022, Raster has helped dozens of teams improve their photography workflow.

… and many more.

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Organize with tags

Folders are so 1993. Out of the box, class-leading Raster AI organizes your images into smart tags. Mix them with your own tags and create the ultimate organization system.

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Live collaboration

Create unlimited libraries to collaborate across teams and organizations. Share them with view, editor, or administration access. Libraries remain completely separate.

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Edit with Versions

Non-destructively edit your images without ever touching your source files. Prep your images for any type of project, with social media presets and sourcesets baked in.

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Host on a CDN

Under the hood, Raster is powered by imgix, the most robust image processor on the web. Use our ultra-fast CDN to host your images, optimize, or download your entire library, all backed by technology that serves billions of images daily.

Mac App Coming Soon

One place for all your photos.

Finally, a photo management workspace that developers, designers, and marketing teams can agree on.

Designed for powerful workflows.

We designed and built Raster with a singular goal — to make the best collaborative photo gallery possible.

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We've built every interaction with speed in mind, beating the fastest DAMs.

AI Tagging

Unleash the power of AI trained with billions of images, making your organization easy.

Global CDN

Your photos are stored on a CDN, so you never need to host them anywhere else.


Built with class-leading web-arch and robust permissions; your images are truly yours.


Edit your images on the fly without touching your original files, which are always safe.


We've built-in full EXIF metadata support, so your images retain all their useful metadata.