I have a simple question to ask and I'm pretty sure I already know the answer but wanted to ask it anyway. I've been learning about overexposure and underdevelopment (and vice versa) for film and how you can control contrast like this. I was wondering, could the same principle be applied to paper negatives (when using them for pinhole photography)? I'm thinking the answer to this is no because in my past experience (only 4 months or so), it seems that the highlights and shadows seem to come in at the same time when you throw a photo in the developer. Any input would be greatly appreciated!