The hills of Florence, Italy – through the eye of a Bronica GS-1

5516.1 PKR Jan 89 150

Bronica GS-1 PS 100 mm, Kodachrome 64, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 PS 100 mm, Kodachrome 64, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 PS 65 mm, Kodachrome 64, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 PS 65 mm, Kodachrome 64, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 PS 150 mm, Kodachrome 64, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 PS 150 mm, Kodachrome 64, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 PS 100 mm, Agfachrome RS50, Oct 1990

Bronica GS-1 PS 100 mm, Agfachrome RS50, Oct 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Fujichrome RVP 50, Jan 1989

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Fujichrome RVP 50, Jan 1989

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RVP 50, Oct 1990

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RVP 50, Oct 1990

Bronica GS-1 PS 65 mm, Agfachrome RS50, Oct 1990

Bronica GS-1 PS 65 mm, Agfachrome RS50, Oct 1990

Bronica GS-1 PS 65 mm, Agfachrome RS50, Oct 1990

Bronica GS-1 PS 65 mm, Agfachrome RS50, Oct 1990

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Location: Hills and plane to the west of Florence, Italy.
Photographic equipment: Bronica GS-1, Bronica PS-100 mm f3.5, Bronica PS-65 mm f4.0, Bronica PS-150 mm f4.0.
Dates: January 1989 and October 1990.

Pisa, Italy – through the eye of a Bronica GS-1

5505.2 RFP Sept 89 150x150

Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987 Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987 Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987 Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987 Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1989 Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1989

Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1989

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, Jan 1987

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Agfachrome RS 200, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Agfachrome RS 200, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Fujichrome RFP 100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Agfachrome RS 100, March 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Agfachrome RS 100, March 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Agfachrome RS 200, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Agfachrome RS 200, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Kodachrome 64, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Kodachrome 64, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RFP100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Fujichrome RS 100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 100 mm, Fujichrome RS 100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RS 50, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 150 mm, Fujichrome RS 50, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Agfachrome RS 100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 65 mm, Agfachrome RS 100, July 1990

Bronica GS-1 150 mm & 2x converter, Fujichrome RFP 100, Sept 1989

Bronica GS-1 150 mm & 2x converter, Fujichrome RFP 100, Sept 1989

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Location: Pisa, Tuscany, Italy.
Photographic equipment: Bronica GS-1, with Bronica PS-65 mm f4, Bronica PS-100 mm f3.5, Bronica PS-150 mm f4 lenses and Bronica PS 2x extender.
Dates: January 1987, January 1989, March 1990 and July 1990.

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Bronica PG 2x teleconverter for GS-1 – sample pictures

150mm x2 RS50 468px section

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Bronica GS-1 Zenzanon 150 mm – sample pictures

5139.1 near Castelnuova di Graf RVP

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