My outdoor flesh tones are too dark for my taste and closer to the black hair of my subjects than to the lighter zone. I usually expose at the box speed (Plus X and Rollei Classic 100) but am going to go down a stop to lighten up the skin tone while keeping the hair dark although I may lose some detail there. If I want to spread out the contrast between the dark hair and skin, should I agitate more to increase the contrast but cut back on development time since I will be overexposing by a stop. I am using Rollei Classic 100 @ 50 and Kodak Plus X @ 64 with Rodinal 1+50 or 1+100. Starting development times would be appreciated. I also use Fuji Neopan 400 and will now expose at 200 as well using HC-110 dilution B. I am still learning so let me know if what I wrote above makes sense or am I completely off base.