Greetings<br> I am processing E6 film using the Kodak 5L 6bath E6 kit. After two runs I have the system down with my Jobo, and I am looking to push. I understand that for pushing, you incrase the first developer time. I have pushed B&W film before, frequently. Probably 1/2 the rolls I shoot get pushed.<br><br>So my question is, what is a good starting point for pushing E6 film in the Jobo with the Kodak 6bath kit. Should I go by the same general B&W push rules? (1 stop ~1.4-1.5x, 2 stop ~1.85x-2.25x although for B&W.. it varies a lot by film)<br><br>In case it varies by film, I would be doing Fuji Astia, Fuji Sensia 100, Fuji Provia 100, Fuji Provia 400, Kodak EC400 and Kodak EPL 400X.<br><br>I am mostly just looking for a starting point here so I don't have to blow film on just getting to a starting point. Once I have a starting point I can tune it for my taste/films, but I would rather not just toss it in an extra 50% and see what happens without some guidance.