Question on intentionally overexposing c-41 color film
Hi everyone, new here!
I have heard it is generally a good idea to rate color negative film one half to one full stop overexposed (i.e. rating 400 at 200) for better shadow detail, contrast, and color. My question is, is this only beneficial when your lab offers pull processing or is it a good idea to have slightly overexposed color negative even if your lab does not offer special processing?
(My apologies if this has been asked before, I did search but I couldn't find an answer)