The judge was Mei Xu. The special topic was Wildlife.
Mei Xu, an enthusiastic, passionate and award-winning photographer based in Colorado, will share the stories and techniques she used for 10 of her favorite images at the next Flatirons Photo Club meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 11, at Har HaShem synagogue, 3950 West Baseline Road, Boulder.
When she is traveling, hiking, or skiing, the camera is her third eye to explore the wonder of the world and to capture the beauty of Mother Nature. Her photos and articles have been published in several renowned magazines and books all around the world, including National Geographic (Spain), Daily Mail (UK), Funke Media (Germany), Nature (China), Chinese National Travel (China) etc.
Her fine art photos have also been collected by many companies and universities, such as Hilton, Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Productions, Capital One and the University of Colorado. Mei Xu is the only female member of 4aperture (4aperture. com), a team of devoted nature and landscape photographers who just had a very successful photography exhibition in Shanghai World Financial Center. That exhibition attracted more than 100,000 tourists and many media, including CCTV (the most influential TV in China). Her website is http://meixuphotography.com.
The Special Topic is Wildlife.