American  Staffordshire  Terrier

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The  Photo  Brief

" Daisy "

An in Memoriam picture of a very special dog greatly missed by her owners

Colour cast correction,

Invisible removal of the two paddling children and their reflections ( who although family members distracted tremendously from the main subject ) 

Invisible removal of the leash

Construction of the left hand side of the image so as to enable room for the manufacture of a tail tip

Opening of the closed eye

Final colour balance adjustment to truly represent the shades of a beautiful summers day

Signed - frame added for presentation purposes - Emailed to client to be printed off and framed in the states

Breed  Character Summary

American Staffordshire Terriers were first recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1936

The dog is long muscular and strong, and gives the impression of great strength and agility for his size. The chest is deep and broad, and the neck is heavy. The dog has a broad skull, pronounced cheek muscles, and strong jaws. The ears may be half prick, rose, or cropped

These dogs should be courageous, tenacious, friendly, extremely attentive, and extraordinarily devoted. Originally an all-around farm dog, hunter, and family companion, American Staffordshire Terriers should be highly stable around both children and other domesticated animals

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