Hi there, I was in a local photography centre darkroom making some prints yesterday and I struggled with the contrast of one particular print. I've posted a scan below. The whole thing looks a little grey for my liking and giving the paper (Ilford Multigrade RC) it more exposure under the enlarger shifts everything to be too dark. Would I be correct in assuming the problem is with the negative? I used Tri-X 400 (35mm) in ID-11 at the recommended time and temp and spot metered off the right cheek (from memory) I have never used enlarger contrast filters but I'm looking at going back and having another go at this print with these filters. Can anyone advise on how they work and the best way to use them to boost contrast in my print? My other strategy is to try burning and dodging certain areas. Perhaps try to darken the hair and lighten the face. Any suggestions and comments are more than welcome... Thanks and best regards, Thanasis.