Scoo's photos with the 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G

Thuburbo Maius

Thuburbo Maius
The ruins of the Roman town Thuburbo Mais (or Majus) in modern day Tunisia.

The local Capitolium in the middle, its columns were re-erected by French archaelogists in the 19th(?) century.


Shot under dull direct harsh sunlight, therefore more postproces…
Added on April  2, 2009

Traveller, The

Traveller, The
Yours truly on a train (tourist trap that is) during our honeymoon in Tunisia in May 2007.



Tales of the Future - Dennis Roussos
Added on March 20, 2009

The digital companion sunset

The digital companion sunset
...to the colour separation one.
Added on February  7, 2009

Paillard-Bolex H8 (8 mm film camera)

Paillard-Bolex H8 (8 mm film camera)
There's more to the Swiss than chocolate...
Added on November  2, 2008

Sunrise over the Atlas mountain range II

Sunrise over the Atlas mountain range II
Another shot from our honeymoon last year, this time in colour. Tourists on an (almost) dry salt lake.


This series (from the desert/inland of Tunisia) is one of the few series I shot in RAW which certainly pays off later on. JPEG may save card space but…
Added on November  1, 2008

Real cops wear leather

Real cops wear leather
These two policemen among with security guards kept onlookers away while the fire brigade cut down a storm-damaged tree in central Turku yesterday.

I think their leather outfits are both cool in a way and also embarrasingly obsolete on the other hand. Su…
Added on August 15, 2008

Blofeld's cat redux

Blofeld's cat redux
Those who know me from my flickr days might remember this persian cat spotted in Stockholm's old town.


Now in black & white though and a different crop.
Added on May  7, 2008

Sunrise over the Atlas mountain range, Tunisia

Sunrise over the Atlas mountain range, Tunisia
...plus flocks of tourists, yours truly & wife included. First time I've experimented with a 16:9 aspect ratio.

I overdid it perhaps with noise ninja (noise/grain reduction) in this shot, the salt lake bed looks very sterile, though it was in fact quite…
Added on April 18, 2008