I'd like to start this thread off by saying, i'm not completely positive this is the appropriate section of the forum, and if you have to power to move this feel free to do so if you feel it belongs somewhere else. Now on to the thread. I'm currently working on a project of locally owned restaurants in my hometown. (heres a link to a sample: http://thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22364). I'm worried that while I could successfully document the existance of these restaurants, I''m not sure its going to be an interesting photographic enterprise. I can't figure out how to get shots that won't just look like 20-30 of the same photo w/ a different building in it. Any suggestions here? I've thought about going inside and getting photos, but I'm afraid there are only some many different ways people eat. And i'm want to use a bunch of velvia 100F for the project, and that might be a little difficult inside a restaurant. Thanks for any help you could provide.