Ilford Delta 100 pushed 2 stops.
What intrigued me about this set up was how the nature of the film had drastically changed by push processing. The film’s intrinsic characteristics in terms of how it records black and white, has been shifted, dramatically reducing contrast. This was accidental. The film had been incorrectly rated at 800 ISO. Realising that mistake, it was compensated for during the development process, the result of which is increased mid-tone, reduced highlight and reduced shadow. The light was tungsten 80W bulbs on a copy stand, which may have contributed to the lack of contrast.