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    thanks for looking guys

    Either way, if I were still judging, that would attract very high marks. First for the initial idea, implementation, impact, composition and wow factor. That should be a ten in any judges book for that competition .................... though you can never pre-judge a judge. Let us know how you get on.
    the competition was last night and the judge gave the shot 10, he also gave my second plastic shot 10 and.....oh he also gave my open, a kestrel 10,so I won the competition and the cup - it was over 3 rounds, max score 90, my total was 87.5 and Dee was second with 82

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    Well done Stan
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    Congratulations to you both for your club competitions. Stan I seem to remember you describing your technique for creating theses spirals in another post. Iíll have to search for the post and give the technique a go.


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    thanks Raj and Peter

    Stan I seem to remember you describing your technique for creating theses spirals in another post. I’ll have to search for the post and give the technique a go.
    I have it as a photoshop action with is used on the previous layer upwards of 30 times to get the desired effect and then cropped in to get rid of blank canvas. The basic idea is after selecting the subject and placing on a new layer, the layer is copied and reduced in size by 10% and rotated by a few degrees each time , keep doing this on the last layer until the image is so small you han hardly make it out

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    Congratulations, Stan; I'm no judge but it would have got a 10 from me. And well done to you and Dee on the competition 1-2 too.
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    thanks Alex

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    And it Congrats from me Stan & Dee
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