Long Life Clouds
Testing out the new FujiFilm GFX50s and it's long exposure capabilities has opened up a whole new world of possibilities, without the restrictions of remotes, cables, and the inane bulb mode. For the life of me, I could never understand why camera manufacturers insisted on bulb mode, just let us decide what exposure we need; I think we can handle the responsibility.
Being able to select whatever exposure I require is such a liberating experience. I have also found that the metering works way into the exposure range using six stop and ten stop ND's without the need for any calculations with perfect exposures every time.
Tried loads of longer exposures 5 minutes, 10 minutes and even left the camera going for 30 minutes by mistake and found the noise minimal with and without in-camera noise reduction.
Image capture at North Ramshead Ranges in the Snowy Mountains of Australia.