Ozturk says it’s always best to shoot in RAW if you’ve got the space on your memory card. You get higher resolution images with more metadata to manipulate when you go to edit, which is especially important when you’re shooting in low-light. Also, while shooting in black and white looks great in low light, shoot in color instead—then transform it into black and white later if you want it. It’s always better to have more data to work with just in case you’d rather keep it in color. Hopefully these low-light photography tips help you, because I can’t wait to try them out myself!