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Episode #18 – Dimbola Lodge

[ 0 ] April 18, 2011 |

This week: It’s the Easter Holidays here in the UK – a perfect time to visit a photographic museum.

Situated just off the south coast, on the Isle Of Wight, Dimbola Lodge was the home of pioneering photographer Julia Margaret Cameron; today it is a fascinating museum, which offers a wonderful glimpse into the history of photography.

I caught up with Colin Ford, Vice President of the trust, to delve a little deeper into Julia’s history, her work and why Dimbola is such an important landmark in photography‘s past, present and future.

Some quick links to things mentioned today:

Music featured in this episode is courtesy of Matt Stevens. You can check out more of his work here.

Category: History of photography, Podcast episodes, Shows and exhibitions

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