Hi, this is Willy. The problem with low-light photography is that your photos tend to be a bit blurred
because your shutter speed will be quite low and the photos will turned out to be quite yellowed because they are usually tungsten lights. So there are few things you can counter that, number one, you can change, up the ISO, change it to maybe about thousand to thousand-six, depending on how
sensitive the camera is. Let me change to a thousand-six over here and change the aperture priority and shift your aperture till it’s very large or a very very small f- number. This will ensure a much higher shutter speed. Then, change your white balance, such that it is tungsten. That will neutralise the yellowish colour off incandescent bulbs. And then, now note that when you do this, your depth of field is going to be very shallow, which means something that you are focusing will be sharp but the background will be rather blurred. So, focus on something and then the background will tend to blurred of quite a bit.