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#FP4party January 2019 winner announcement and bonus bits

Greetings from EMULSIVE HQ and welcome to the winner announcement for FP4 Party 2019 plus bonus bits! Bonus bits? Well, yes.

#FP4party January 2018 winner announcement

The community-voted winner of January 2018's #FP4party is here and we have a clear winner and two runners-up.

The best of #FP4party January 2018

Here we are with the best of #FP4party January 2018 and it's time for you to place your votes on your favourite of the 28 shortlisted entries below. January saw a strong start to 2018's roster of film parties.

#FP4party December 2017 winner announcement

The wait is over; it's time to announce the community voted winner of December 2017's #FP4party.

The best of #FP4party December 2017

Just under a year after the sun set on 2016's FP4Party, it's back!

FP4 Party 2016: epilogue and award announcement

When FP4Party started back in September 2016, the organisers and I had no idea it would turn into the community phenomenon was by the final party month in December 2016. Let me be clear: I don't use that word lightly

FP4 Party December 2016 – winner announcement

It's with both joy and sadness that we announce the winner of December 2016's #FP4 Party. We said that judging November was tough.

FP4 Party: Best of December 2016

Welcome to the best of #FP4Party December 2016! This (near) penultimate update for #FP4Party 2016 brings with it a slight melancholy. All good things must some to en end, albeit temporarily in this case.

FP4 Party: Best of November 2016

Welcome to the 3rd #FP4Party after party, celebrating the #FP4Party that was November 21st-27th 2016. As with FP4 Party September and October 2016, we’d like your help making the selection for your favorite photograph of the week.

FP4 Party: Best of September 2016

Well that went fast.

Introducing #FP4Party – celebrating ILFORD FP4 PLUS

Sometimes things happen fast and sometimes they happen REALLY FAST. #FP4Party falls into the latter end of that speedy spectrum. What started out as a few comments on a post of one of my favorite Ilford FP4+ photographs quickly turned