Kiiro or KIRO is an adaptation and evolution of the FilmNeverDie IRO (色 / Iro meaning colour in Japanese) series film. The reason it is called KIRO - yellow in Japanese - is because it has lovely gentle tones which will infuse your photos with a gorgeous warmth!
Short-dated (expiry date 06/23) but kept fresh from production.
KIRO is an iso 400 colour negative film with 27 exposures.
This film also comes with a FREE keychain included in the box - so you can turn the canister into a keyring after developing!
The packaging is specially designed by the talented graphic designer Edmund Li aka @edmund, who is an analogue enthusiast from Malaysia
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This is such a perfect film for forest photoshoot vibes. The film heavily leans towards green colour palette, bringing out the beauty of the nature. Also, so grainy and retro, too! Would love to try it again.
I definitely like the old-school vibe this film gives; 400 ISO is definitely still accurate despite my roll being out of date by a few months. The film's particularly good in "busy" scenes like the ones below as you can definitely see a lot of grain on plainer backgrounds. I particularly enjoyed it for building and nature shots, but it's perhaps a bit harder to get a good shot for a landscape with this film. I'd use it again but gave it 4/5 as it's definitely a bit more limited on use cases compared to most films.
Absolutely stunning colours! I love how they are slightly muted and complement autumn so well. Will be buying more of this! Well done AW on the dev and scan job you did. Perfect!
It's a perfectly serviceable colour film but I doubt I'll buy it again. I did get quite a few keepers out of this roll which I took on holiday with me. I was caught out by the weird shot count - 27 exposures. I thought my camera was broken until I figured it out! Image quality isn't the best so if crystal clear sharpness and natural colour rendition is what you're going for, this isn't for you. It's more if you're going for a particular look. There's a lot of grain for 400 ISO and there is a bit of a yellowish colour cast. If you're looking for a vintage aesthetic this might be the film for you. Personally I'll probably stick with things like Fuji Superia Xtra 400, Kodak Colorplus 200 and Lomography 800 speed colour films and they've all given me great results.
It has such a grainy and nostalgic look. It instantly made my modern photos to appear so retro at the same time. I do recommend to photograph it with green colour. The greens in my shots were so expressive and the highlight of the pictures. If you ever want to photograph something with nature and gothic, I would definitely recommend this film.