In camera tricky tip.

Here's a 90% useless tip you can read and forget about.
Nothing fancy, but try it out. By taking your camera out of the "auto" / "A" White Balance (WB) setting, you can create a pretty cool tone or mood in your pictures. For example;

Most of the time my camera is set on "A" (auto) white balance.
Here is a picture of a sunset, shot on the Auto WB setting. Pretty normal.

By turning your camera's white balance to something else, you can 'fool' your camera to adjust for different color temperatures. One of the other options for your white balance is the "Tungsten" setting, also known as 'Indoor', usually represented by a Lightbulb symbol.
Choosing this can create a 'cool' mood, because it turns everything bluish. Try this trick, set your WB to the Tungsten setting in the daytime, and underexpose your shots -1, 0r -2... you can simulate a "day for night" look... works pretty good for shooting video.

Another setting would be the Fluorescent setting. Usually represented by a rectangle tube light bulb.
this setting casts a purple-ish hue. Perfect for taking pictures of people on drugs and the sort.
.... sure you can do a bunch of color adjustments in post production, but why not just screw it up on the spot?... it's much more rewarding.

are you as bored as I am?

get out there and take dumb pictures, it's fun.