From Michael Kaplan’s survey of a panel of editors and photographers on their most memorable photos of 2012 in American Photo:

We’ve long been fans of Greenberg’s stunning portraits of animals, whether wild or domestic, and we love her latest exhibition and book, Horses (Rizzoli, 2012), just as much. One of her big challenges was finding cooperative owners: “I wanted to shoot these expensive animals, off their bridles, with strobes. Lights can startle horses, and if they hurt themselves, they’re done.” But Greenberg charmed her way into elite stables and emerged with stunning pictures of the “supermodel horses” she desired.

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