I have never attempted any push processing before. Recently, I saw Larry Dressler experimenting with ORWO film. He posted in the B&W Forum. One of my friends, here, who borrowed my Home Brew formula also tried some and got good results. The ORWO UN54 is rated at 100 ASA by the factory. So I got inspired to explore some. I was under the impression that pushing was a technique in the age of slow films, resorted to by photographers who wanted to recover some from pictures taken in poor light. However, there seems to be more potential to this, now. Here are some samples taken around the neighborhood. I usually develop for 15 minutes at a pH value of 8.0. In this roll I raised the time to 19 minutes and the pH value to near 9.0. Perhaps, I should moderate this, as the negatives became darker and contrasty. My brew is home made and is not a standard one. May not be useful for comparison purposes. So, I am posting the pictures in this Forum and not in the B&W Film Developing Forum.