Towards the end of September is my hometown's Diyandi Festival, celebrating the feast of Iligan's patron, St. Michael the Archangel. For this year, I'm daring myself to use the simplest of equipment, cameras so old you can seldom see hobbyists use them nowadays. I started with the Canon EOS 400D (my son's ex camera before he upgraded to the 50)D) plus the basic 18-55mm kit lens for the Pagpakanaug rites. But the 400D is too hitech for me I got confused using it. So the rest of the shoot will be with the 350D, no battery grip, no external flash.