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Julie Marchese of Julie Mark-K-Z photography had three images selected for the International Photographic Exhibition.
Marchese’s photo, “Mr. Tip-Sea,” was one of the selections for the merit collection.
Marchese’s photo, “Tutti-Frutti,” was one of the selections for the merit collection.
Marchese’s photo, “Selfless Duty,” was one of the selections for the merit collection.

Julie Marchese of Julie Mark-K-Z photography had three images selected for the International Photographic Exhibition.
Marchese’s photo, “Mr. Tip-Sea,” was one of the selections for the merit collection.
Marchese’s photo, “Tutti-Frutti,” was one of the selections for the merit collection.
Marchese’s photo, “Selfless Duty,” was one of the selections for the merit collection.
Three photos taken by Julie Marchese of Logansport were selected for the 2021 Professional Photographers of America’s International Photographic Competition.
The photos by Marchese, who operates Julie Mar-K-Z Photography, were chosen for the Merit Collection of the competition. They’ll be on display Jan. 16-18 during the Imaging USA convention in National Harbor, Maryland.
The convention, hosted by the Professional Photographers of America, attracts roughly 10,000 photographers each year, according to its website. It will be the 130th iteration of the event.
Her photos — ​​titled “Mr.Tip-Sea,” “Tutti-frutti” and “Selfless Hero” — were three of 1,926 images selected out of more than 5,000 entries. The photos were judged by a panel of 36 photographers from across the U.S.
At last year’s convention, Marchese earned a Photographic Craftsman degree from the PPA. She was one of only 40 recipients. She’s been operating her photo business in Logansport since 2008. Most of her work centers around portraits.

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