I snapped a few, and went to do other stuff. Didn't think the results would be any good to be honest, as my competence in guessing exposure indoors in a rather dark room with stuff going on is nothing to count on, to be fair.
Bashing some steel between a hammer and the anvil.
Mamiya RZ67 and 50mm wide angle lens on Ilford HP5 film developed in Rodinal.
Anyway, the results ended up not being too bad after all. I'm rather pleased with them, as it happens. The Blacksmith himself was pleased as well by the sound of things. Bought a few of my scans to use in marketing and stuff like that, and also seems to be rather eager to get a few darkroom prints into his ownership. Need to get something produced next time I'm home, obviously.
There's more going on in the area, so I will bring the Mamiya another time as well to see if anything else will stick on film in some kind of pleasing way. You never know...
Full concentration on the task. Don't think he even noticed being snapped up by the bulky, old Mamiya. Same film as above.