Locks

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  1. PatrickLiamPhoto

    PatrickLiamPhoto TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    My Dad was a locksmith, and he had a really cool collection of antique locks. When he passed, my brothers and I split them up. Mine are in a basket in my living room. I was messing around with my camera one morning and noticed the light was really good and took this. Let me know what you think. It's become a family favorite, as both brothers asked for prints.
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  2. tirediron

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    Very cool! This would be really worth exploring further and trying to reduce some of glare on the various locks.
     
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    PatrickLiamPhoto TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    I have other versions - I just liked the contrast on this one the best. Here's another - sorry about the watermark.
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    Way better.
     
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  5. LilyBee

    LilyBee No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the darker one better too, very nice!
     

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