This website is a presentation of the
life work of world-renowned photojournalist
A. Aubrey Bodine, a photographer in the pictorialist style,
who worked at the Baltimore Sun for 50 years
from 1920 until his death in 1970.
Free Gift with Purchase!
A free note card (our choice) will be included with every order!
Jennifer's newest book of A. Aubrey Bodine photography ... Released March 2013!
A. Aubrey Bodine, newspaper photographer, pictorialist, modernist, and
documentarian, was a Baltimore Sunday Sun feature photographer from 1924 to 1970.
He left an archive of photographs, chronicling mid-twentieth century American life, of people doing
all kinds of work. Bodine’s images of heavy industry document an era passed.
This book contains a wide range of award winning and historically significant
images, many not seen since they were published in the Sun. These pictures demonstrate
Bodine’s extraordinary depth and breadth as a photographic artist. This is the
third Bodine picture book assembled by his daughter, Jennifer. Their previous
collaborations are Bodine’s Chesapeake Bay Country and Bodine’s City.
Jennifer's earlier two books of A. Aubrey Bodine photography ...
Click any image to view at a larger size in the Gallery
Space Men (Image ID 29-029)
These four astronauts photographed on August 3, 1959 nearly two years before the first space flight,
were the first Americans into space. From left to right: John H. Glenn Jr. (third up and first into orbit),
Virgil I. Grissom (second up), Alan B. Shepard, Jr (the first), and Malcolm S. Carpenter (fourth),
at NASA at Langley Field, Virginia.
Curator's Diary - February 2013
We're still here! The website has been funky for the last several days (written 02/01/2013)
and some people have reported sending emails and having them bounced/undelivered.
Jennifer is spending the month of February in NYC assisting our daughter's filming of Movement + Location.
Not Alex's first movie, but this is her first production - writing the screenplay and with the starring role.
All photographs in the Originals Gallery were printed by A. Aubrey Bodine in his Sunpapers darkroom.
Many of the selections were exhibited in Salon competitions which
were held by various camera clubs both in American and around the world.
Coming soon is an online option to order matted and framed reprints in several sizes.
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We usually respond within 24 hours after receiving email.
Are you a collector of Vintage Photographs? We have
all printed exclusively by A. Aubrey Bodine.
His darkroom technique has been copied, but never duplicated.
Contact us to add a valuable work of art to your collection.
Brief Note about Website Image Quality:
Website images are 75 or 96 dpi and JPG compressed.
Each photograph image starts as a 48 million byte digital file.
The thumbnail images are about 4,000 bytes and
the large images are about 30,000 bytes.
Consequently, image quality on this website is greatly compromised.
All AAubreyBodine.com note cards and reprints are printed at
photographic quality using a retouched digital image file.