Having Fun with Your Photography with Inkodye

When my cousins introduced me to Inkodye last summer, it's fair to say that I became obsessed.  I have no doubt this will happen to you once you try it out.  You will start looking at ordinary objects for shape and want to print them!  It's also great fun to try with your photography. Here's how it works;  print photography as a black and white negative (to order a negative go here or for instructions to do it yourself in Photoshop go here) or collect objects for shape, spread the Inkodye thinly on fabric or wood, place your photo or objects over the Inkodye and then take it all out in the sun to develop.  The Lumi website will give you much more info and examples here. I [...]