Yep. Essentially I'm saying to develop less for less contrast or longer for more. My experience with paper is that this will be very limited. Too little development will just yield muddy poorly detailed shadow areas (highlights in a negative - the dark areas) and blown out white areas. Too much will indeed raise contrast a little, but not that much compared to film. You can also increase contrast about 1/4 paper grade +/- depending on paper by selenium toning if you like, but again you generally want to reduce contrast for paper negatives. Thus I was thinking something like Selectol Soft might be useful.
Originally Posted by horacekenneth