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How It Feels to Take a Picture with Thousands of Rabbis

The Group Photo of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries

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How It Feels to Take a Picture with Thousands of Rabbis: The Group Photo of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries

A glimpse into the making of the group picture of the thousands of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries from around the world, which captures their united focus of mission and shared sense of pride and confidence in their life work.
Shaliach, Chabad-Lubavitch, International Conference of Emissaries

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William Middleton West Chester, pa November 21, 2017

I would recomend both. There is something amazing about the group shot. So impressive.. then have individual pictures in a slide show "pop" out from the group showing each one. Reply

Hadassah North Miami Beach November 28, 2016

challenges I know the feeling of pride and connection to the Rebbe by being able to be included in the picture of the Sheluchim or Sheluchot. Due to the large Ken ahora size of the group I think it is time to alter the format. With everyone crowded into one picture even with zoom lenses and panoramic view the sheluchim are minimized to the point of being unrecognizable. My suggestion is to separate the group into continents, or to make a photo montage or video of the individual photos of each shaliach, so that the identity of each shaliach is recognizable. The feeling of unity will still be there. I would be curious about other people's reaction to this. Reply

Anonymous Crown Heights, NY November 20, 2017
in response to Hadassah:

I agree, I would like to be able to see familiar faces and family members. Although, this is an amazing picture!!!! Reply