From a farrier instructor's point of view, I can not assess the most important thing which is the balance of the trim and shoeing from that view .
What is needed are side views taken straight level with camera ON the ground and sole views with camera pointing straight perpendicular to the sole.
That said, the finish is rough, very coarse rasp marks all the way up the hoof wall. Not only is it unnecessary to rasp that high up the wall, when it is done so roughly it looks un-professional.
But rough finish is unimportant to the horse. What matters is hoof balance, and the style and placement of the shoe on the trimmed foot to allow for most efficient movement and hoof health.