I took an image about a week ago that I want to print as a challenge. It is underexposed a couple of stops. Not a great image, but I want the challenge for learning more. I shot it with TMax 100 in the middle of a partly cloudy day...still strong light. There are two young men working. Both are shirtless and one is dark haired with tanned skin and the other very light hair with lighter skin. The trees in the background are very dark and the grass around their feet is light. Because it is underexposed, it seems impossible to get these tonal varieties to print. When I give it less exposure everything turns out washed out and chalky. Of course the features are going to be a bear to dodge and burn. How would you proceed? My enlarger has a very strong lamp, so exposure is at about f-11 for 15 seconds with 3.5 on the magenta filter for contrast.