Tele extenders or teleconverters are a great way to increase the zoom on your camera lens. One day I thought to myself, what if you could stack these. Turns out you can. And pretty much as many as you want, or can afford. These guys stacked 5 of them with a 800mm lens and used the monstrous setup to photograph the moon. It turned out pretty well.
On April 15th ~12:20 AM there was a total lunar eclipse visible from the Americas. It was quite spectacular! Here are some photos I took of the eclipse.
I used a 800mm lens + EOS 5D MKII. The settings for the one above were 0.8 sec @ISO-2500, f/11. It has been edited slightly for increased detail, you can click it to enlarge. Below are some unedited shots and a timelapse video.
NASA recently released this awesome zoomable 360° panorama of the Milky Way. The 20-gigapixel panorama of our galaxy is made from over 2 million infrared photos taken over the past 10 years by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope.
Electromagnetic pulse weapons or EMPs, are a technology capable of disabling electronics from a distance. It looks pretty cool