Overexpose film in camera, then push process?

My question: in general, what results when color film is overexposed in-camera, then push processed in development?

I’m trying to wrap my head around color film exposure and development, and how each affects the final image. If overexposure of color film serves to provide more detail to shadows without blowing out highlights (because of the typically wide (over)exposure latitude of color film), and if push processing serves to increase film contrast without greatly affecting the midtones, does combining the two techniques provide a combination of the two effects? In other words, will the images have both some greater shadow detail due to the overexposure, but also an increase in contrast due to the push processing? What’s the trade-off?

Overexpose film in camera, then push process?

My question: in general, what results when color film is overexposed in-camera, then push processed in development?

I’m trying to wrap my head around color film exposure and development, and how each affects the final image. If overexposure of color film serves to provide more detail to shadows without blowing out highlights (because of the typically wide (over)exposure latitude of color film), and if push processing serves to increase film contrast without greatly affecting the midtones, does combining the two techniques provide a combination of the two effects? In other words, will the images have both some greater shadow detail due to the overexposure, but also an increase in contrast due to the push processing? What’s the trade-off?

Overexpose film in camera, then push process?

My question: in general, what results when color film is overexposed in-camera, then push processed in development?

I’m trying to wrap my head around color film exposure and development, and how each affects the final image. If overexposure of color film serves to provide more detail to shadows without blowing out highlights (because of the typically wide (over)exposure latitude of color film), and if push processing serves to increase film contrast without greatly affecting the midtones, does combining the two techniques provide a combination of the two effects? In other words, will the images have both some greater shadow detail due to the overexposure, but also an increase in contrast due to the push processing? What’s the trade-off?