Richard Lutz reviews images looking west each evening .
Call assessor featured in NHS anniversary pictures.
Richard Lutz roams through another week of lockdown.
How can men feel more confident in front of the camera?
Augmented reality used to bring the stories behind the portraits to life.
Exhibition aims to show Birmingham at its best.
Richard Lutz treks through the changes of winter.
Stephen Pennell looks over a photographic record of the coolest neighbourhood in Britain.
Richard Lutz wanders….
Waterways photographs from Bangladesh and Birmingham to be displayed.
Sometimes Antisocial, Always Antifascist exhibition opens in Birmingham.
Photography exhibition launches at the Custard Factory.
Forty years on from groundbreaking community project.
Grab a unique chance to photograph RAF museum’s historic collection.
Reviewing the Kodak Pixpro FZ43.
Bernie Jackson puts Kodak’s latest through its paces.
Richard Lutz reports on a city artist who portrays his hometown through the telling eye of a monochrome lens
Environmentally-based competition for 16-25 year olds offers chance to be exhibited.
Photographer to tell the stories behind the photos.
A look at Birmingham suuburb as seen through the lens of American photographer.
Richard Lutz is buried by another seven days.
Jazz festival photos to grace city station.
Workshops, live performance and exhibitions – Developed in Birmingham continues throughout August.
People of Stechford captured on camera.
Families invited to add self-portraits to community archive.
Festival honoring photography pioneers to open in city.
New season of exhibitions and events celebrates early photography in Birmingham.
Richard Lutz highlights a book about a Birmingham neighbourhood that continually changes and refuses to die.
Exhibition capturing the Antarctic legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton & Frank Hurley comes to Birmingham.
Last chance to capture Birmingham and win £1,000 of gear.