How can I create darker, more opaque negatives?

When printing Inkofilm negatives at home, we recommend setting your printer to "High quality" or "Photo quality" and maximum ink usage. You can also layer two negatives for higher contrast Inkodye prints, or if your printer outputs less ink. Check the opacity of your negatives by holding them up to sunlight and making sure the black areas are as opaque as possible.

Negatives ordered through the  Lumi App are printed with high-density inks which provide high contrast prints. They are available in 12x12 inch format which may be more effective for your application.

If you are looking to further improve your printed negatives, we recommend investigating after-market kits used by screen-printers for making "inkjet positives". We recommend  Ryonet's BlackMAX products.