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What does SERIOUSlY PROFESSIONAL mean?
The lineup of LG UltraWide® 21:9 monitors are ideal for designers, photographers, producers and other creative professionals who need more room for their big ideas. With exceptional picture quality and innovative features, these monitors are for the seriously professional talents. That’s what you get with LG UltraWide®. Find out how to become seriously professional, yourself.

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ABOUT JOSH

“When I was little, my dad used to make a ton of pasta.”

Josh Rossi’s dad is 100% Italian. He’s known to be a very hard worker, and very meticulous. Josh picked up a lot from his dad and that helped him start his own business.



“Ever since I started photography, I had these grand ideas. It took a while to get up to those grand ideas because I didn't have the right equipment. Slowly, I've been accumulating what I need to reveal what's in my mind. I have the camera that I want. I have the team that I want, the studio, the models, so I can't have a monitor that's blocking me.”

One of those grand ideas the professional photographer has is a bus – a creative bus. He says his friends consider it to be his “party bus,” but Josh is a bit more professional, calling it his “mobile office.” It's quite literally an all-in-one studio. In the past, Josh would go to photo shoots for multiple hours; standing on set, laying on the ground, hanging in the air, contorting in every possible way to get that perfect shot, it’s a tiring effort. And at the end of the day, Josh would have to go all the way back home, unpack his gear and upload all the images, wasting valuable time. With his mobile bus, he can do all of that on set. on a different project, it always blows my mind as far as the amazing talent out there.”

Today, they are editing and going over the footage from extreme pogo riding – the latest video for Devin’s channel – on the new 21:9 UltraWide monitor. “When we go out on location, we're basically getting all the paints possible. Then we get into the editing room, and that's when we start painting and basically exposing that canvas we want to share with the rest of the world. We need the biggest canvas possible to tell those stories.”

For the video, the Super Tramp team reached out to some of the world's best Pogo riders – Dan Mahoney, Dalton Smith, Nic Patino – to make it happen. “It's all about pushing the human boundaries, because you want to grab people's attention. Every time we work on a different project, it always blows my mind as far as the amazing talent out there.”


Currently, Josh is working on two separate assignments: his personal project and a collaborative ask from Devin Super Tramp. “The assignment we worked on, I don't want to say pretty fun – okay, alright it was super cool!”

Working with Devin Supertramp always seems to lead to a crazy experience, according to Josh. “It's extraordinary, never ordinary. We never have a dull moment. We're always on the side of a boat. We're on the side of a mountain. We're in Moab. We're in the middle of nowhere. It makes for really extreme, cool images.”

Working with Devin Supertramp always seems to lead to a crazy experience, according to Josh. “It's extraordinary, never ordinary. We never have a dull moment. We're always on the side of a boat. We're on the side of a mountain. We're in Moab. We're in the middle of nowhere. It makes for really extreme, cool images.”
Collaborating with Devin and the Pogo athletes, Josh wanted to create a composite image set in Moab, Utah. “The idea behind this was that I wanted to show some really extreme action from these Pogo athletes. Because they jump so high in the air, they do really crazy tricks, and I wanted to capture all of that in this composite. Now, in Photoshop, I'm putting them all together, it’s just really surreal.”

“I love [the 21:9 monitors] because you can have Photoshop on one side, you can have Bridge right there next too. It's really a seamless workflow.”

For his personal assignment, he built a set for the model. She’s surrounded on all sides. Gripping a paintbrush in her hand, she’s floating and painting on a wall upside down.

With Josh handling multiple projects and personal assignments at once, he needs some serious real estate. That’s why he’s using one of the newest LG 21:9 UltraWide Monitors. “I have a different feeling when I'm editing. It’s not a flat image anymore. It was almost like a 3D image that I was immersed in.”

Josh shifts within his seat as he continues his interview. A little nervous and sitting a little stiff, he overhears and responds to someone on set, “It’s funny to hear the people on the other side of the camera tell me to act natural,” Josh says as he stares into the lens, “when that's what I'm doing all day long. It’s surreal.”



Seriously Professional Composite Creation with Josh Rossi & LG UltraWide Monitors
JOSH ROSSI’S CREATIVE STYLE – SERIOUSLY PROFESSIONAL WITH LG ULTRAWIDE MONITORS

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