We've heard it before-- when faced with a low contrast scene, underexpose and give the film more development to increase the contrast. In the old days, this might make sense with graded papers. But with VC papers, is this still good advice? If I'm not wrong, this effectively amounts to pushing the film and therefore increases film grain. Which means I'll get a more grainy pix when I print, albeit with better contrast. Would it be better for me to expose and develop normally, then print at a paper grade to increase the contrast? I know printing at a higher grade (say grade 4) would result in a more grainy print. But would it be as grainy as printing from a pushed negative at (say) grade 2? I suppose greater film grain on a lower grade paper is different from greater grain on a higher grade paper. Which is preferable, in your view?