JULIA MARGARET CAMERON BIOGRAPHY

ENGLISH, 1815 - 1879
At the age of 48, Julia Margaret Cameron first picked up a camera and used the tool to document Victorian England through portrait work and recreational images. Her portraits are easily recognizable due to their large head close-up nature and include photographs taken of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Herschel, Carlyle, Ellen Terry and Charles Darwin. She made over 3,000 large format wet collodian negatives but after moving back India (Ceylon) in 1875 produced very few photographs.

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