It sounds easy but in fact if you want a good record of how a horse's hooves are changing then getting photos right is important.
Of course, a photo alone can only give you a tiny clue about the horses' feet but in a horse you see regularly, photos are an essential part of record-keeping.
In the end we put together a protocol of the shots you need as a minimum and how to take them, and I thought you might be interested in it too.
Feel free to copy and distribute it if you find it useful - I've included page shots here on the blog but if you'd like a copy of the protocol as a file just get in touch. As always, you can click on any photo to see the original, which is larger