If you're forced to shoot in high-ISO "night mode" while snapping pics at a concert or in other spotty lighting, try converting your shot to black and white for occasionally photo-saving results. The Digital Photography School sticks that clever little journeyman's tip at the tail end of a lot of higher-level tips for photographers with more serious rigs and experience. For those touting just a digicam or lacking pro-level lighting sense, though, the right kind of color-to-black-and-white process could rescue an otherwise noisy-looking batch of would-be bragging pieces. For the details on making the smart switch to black and white, check out our previous posts on black and white conversion, or Digital Photography School's own advice. Photo by deep_schismic.