Last month Source writer-photographer Jon Southcoasting took a stroll along the coast to the tiny hillside village of Telscombe and documented his walk
Local photographer Gili Dailes took a low-tech waterproof camera into the sea to capture a different perspective of Brighton beach.
Local photographer Pete Boyd took his camera to Brighton beach to capture the jubilation and despair shared by the crowds who gathered for the World Cup.
Local photographer Xavier Clarke captures the sights and sounds of a busy day in Brighton, including the buskers and street performers who liven up the city.
Photographer Ashley Laurence set out to discover the 'bright' in Brighton, reflecting February's bold winter sunshine in this month's Street Source.
Photographer Francesca Moore considers the environmental impact of Christmas with a document of Brighton & Hove's Christmas tree recycling points for the series 'Twelfth Night'.
Photographer Jon Southcoasting takes a whirl around the often lesser-known neighbourhood of Whitehawk.
A spooky, nocturnal world inhabited only by street signs - Oleg Pulemjotov's photographs give a strange beauty to the things you see, or maybe don't, on Brighton roads every day.
Photographer Jo Higgs was out and about at Brighton gigs in October, pointing her camera anywhere but at the stage.
As we say our goodbyes to Summer, photographer Gili Dailes points her lens at the green parts of Brighton, getting us in the mood for Autumn.
Summer meant Brighton was full of live music. In this month's photography feature we look at the venues across our city and the memories great gigs and clubbing have given Mike Tudor.
Street Source returns with wandering mermaids, beach cleaning and Spiderman - as snapped by Xavier Clarke. Do you remember the city before the rain came in?
A cross-section of Brighton life captured in a set of intriguing street portraits from local photographer Stee Louw.
From coppers in tights to lonely ducks - a dozen images capturing Brighton in full festival mode, taken over the course of the month by our team of roving photographers.
Street Source showcases photos taken around Brighton over a month by one of our photographers. April saw Ashley Laurence snap Brighton's creative types.
After noticing that the best photos from the i360 were those looking directly down, photographer Fran Moore decided to document the controversial tower with shots of the floor.
February is when the nights get lighter and spring shows its face. Between the wind and storms local photographer Mike Tudor took to the streets at night with his camera.
January is a cold and terrible month. Nevertheless, our man Jon Southcoasting was out on the streets, grappling with the fog and ice, to bring you another edition of Street Source.
How do you photograph a city during Christmas without resorting to pictures of fairy lights? Here's how December in Brighton looked through the lens of local snapper Gili Dailes.
As the dark days drew in during November, Oleg Pulemjotov was out shooting this set of enigmatic Brighton shopfronts. Your local shop has never looked so scenic - or sinister.
Local snapper Xavier Clarke took on the Street Source challenge during October, capturing overcast skies, buskers and some impressive Halloweeners.
As the Summer gave way to Autumn, local photographer Sarah Caust shot this set of gorgeous photos depicting empty streets and open skies in and above Brighton.
Part six of our Street Source photography series saw sunny Brighton in the mood to party - with parades through town, a bit of footy and some rock’n’roll. Photos by Ashley Laurence.
Francesca Moore documents a sleepless night in Brighton, with long exposures, during July 2016.
June was an exceptional month. In this edition of Street Source, photographer Jon Southcoasting captures the heart, soul and utter misery of this year's midsummer madness.