A while back (almost a year ago) I did a photo shoot of horses for a lady who owns some stables. She wanted me to photograph the horses and then apply some, as she put it, “artsy” effects. I was then to have the final approved images printed and make a set of greeting cards for each of her clients. I shot approximately 150 images to come up with the final results. There were 23 horses and did I ever have a time keeping them all straight, since I had never seen them before and didn’t know their names. I was happy that everyone was very pleased with the end result. What a learning experience! I learned that next time I will charge a lot more money for this kind of effort 🙂
During the back and forth with her to finalize the images she wanted, one day she said, “Where’s Maude?” I said, “Who?” Turns out Maude was a chestnut with a white blaze. Well, there were three horses that fit that description, so after what seemed an endless effort on my part to find Maude, I finally went back and took more images of just her. This is the result. Isn’t she a pretty lady?