Alright, here's my dilemma: I exposed a few sheets of a church interior, placing the brick wall in shadow on zone III (12 second exposure, 30 seconds adjusted f or reciprocity effect), but the stained glass window fell on zone XIII 1/2. I us ed Ilford FP4+ for three identical shots, so I have a few negatives to experimen t with. I also exposed a fourth negative at the metered time. Any suggestions fo r extreme contraction of this negative, like bringing the zone XIII 1/2 down so it is somewhat printable? My standard developer is Kodak HC-110, and that is wha t I have on hand, so I would prefer to use that if possible. These are for my pe rsonal use only, so it's not terribly important if I botch the negatives.