How do I replicate this logo in Photoshop / Fireworks?

Hi

I would like to re-create this logo in Photoshop or Fireworks.
Can someone show me what tools I need to use or maybe a tutorial?

Thanks

PSLogo.jpg
bowzer-znAsked:
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
First, make sure that is not copyright or trademarked.

In photoshop you can use the magic wand and select each circle while holding down the shift key.  Then copy, create a new layer and paste.

You may want to set the wand tolerance to 1.

Otherwise, the hard/real way is to create ovals and skew them.
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bowzer-znAuthor Commented:
Thanks padas!
Didnt know so many other companies had the same logo.
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
If you found it....so did others.

Small businesses can typically have a logo made for about $500ish+ where larger companies will end up paying near 6 figures.  It's worth it to have something custom made in my opinion.
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