I'm starting a personal photography project this week. I've picked an easy subject, especially in terms of access, since this is my first attempt at anything like this. It's simplistic to a fault. "Friends at work". Bunch of people I know hold down very different jobs. One's in garment manufacturing, another runs a web design company, one works for Nike, a couple are fashion designers. There are pals who are photographers, school teachers, etc. I'm hoping to get a glimpse into their work life and environment, where they spend a large part of their life. I know how I spend my time at work, but have very little clue as to how they spend theirs. The only restriction I'm imposing on myself during the shoot, which will last a day, is that I can't talk to anyone, in the hope that they'll ignore me after a while. Unless I'm on fire or something, or ravenously hungry. I'm starting with the garment manufacturer at his factory, the day after tomorrow. I'll be using both the X100 and the LX5 for the shoot. Never having attempted anything like this before, I need help in avoiding any obvious photographic pitfalls I might face. I mean, right now I don't even know what are the things that generally go wrong. Any advice on how to see this through, or what my approach to this should be, or even advice on gear etc. would be much appreciated.