A picture line is a figure in ballroom dance in which the dancers create complimenting lines in their bodies to create a beautiful shape. During these figures, it is the opportune moment for a photographer to take a picture of the couple and an achieve a wonderful photo. It is the easiest and by far the most beautiful time to capture the dancers.

I am a young, growing photographer, and I aspire to capture the most beautiful and most wonderful photos as I shoot. This is the reason for the name Picture Line Photography. I love dancing and taking photos of dancers; however, are a “picture lines” everywhere in life. Whether they are a band rocking out on stage, a bride throwing herย bouquetย to all the single ladies, or a small child smiling, lines shape our lives and I want to capture them.

Whether or not I have pictures or other images of my art to post, I will do my best to post every Thursday. I will also post updates other than Thursdays if I have something exciting to share!


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  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog and deciding to follow me. I’m glad you liked my post on the ‘world’s smallest political quiz’. What did you turn out to be?
    I’ve never been much of a dancer but I always love to watch people dance. It doesn’t matter what style, I think all dancers are wonderful to watch.
    I’m looking forward to your photos. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • It would be hard to dance without having someone to watch ๐Ÿ˜‰ I hope to post a few photos in the next coming weeks. I’m just happy that I bring my two loves together, photography and dancing, and share them with the world ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope you had a lovely Christmas and a Happy New Year!

      • really? I always feel so clumsy, I feel much more comfortable dancing if nobody’s watching.
        I know just what you mean about the blogging, I feel the same, combining all my passions here: sailing and offshore, politics and travel, plus food and drinks, arts and science, and all the other things I love and would like to share. It’s great to be able to blog about all of it and share with the world. ๐Ÿ™‚
        Happy Holidays to you too.

  2. Hello Picture Line! I found you through Alaina from And Then Came Dance. I am so happy to see another ballroom dancing blogger! There seem to be so few of us and I want to bring our community together and grow it. So me and a few others are creating “Ballroom Village” and I wanted to extend and invitation to you. Let me know if you are interested! -Stefanie AKA The Biggest Girl In The Balroom

    • I found you blog a while ago and I love it! You have such a joy of dancing ๐Ÿ˜€ And I get to live vicariously through your competition experience as my partner and I are on a hiatus from competing currently.

      I would love to join the Ballroom Village with you guys! Is it a project of some sort or just a group?

      Looking forward to hearing from you!

      • Yay! I’m so glad you’ll join us. At this point the “ask” is to create a page on your website called “Ballroom Village” and list links to all the blogs that are participating. I’m going to request everyone write up a short, like 5 sentences, description of the blog, what it’s about that we can all post as well. Then once a month I’ll invite everyone to write on a common topic. If you have any suggestions or ideas or know of any other ballroom bloggers please do share!

  3. Hey! I’m doing a guest blog post theme this month. Would you be interested in writing a guest post for me? Maybe about the collegiate experience? My email is azstef@cox.net – let me know. I’d love to host you and promote you ๐Ÿ™‚ Maybe you could include some of your favorite pictures as well! That’d be awesome.

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