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  • Displaying varying sizes of images

    I am creating the "gallery" page for my company's new website and I am running into problems with the varying size and orientation of all of our images. We don't have very many pictures of our products because we are still a relatively small company. The pictures that we do have are 1/2 horizontally oriented and 1/2 vertically. The space I want to display them in is rectangular so that all of the vertical images appear quite a bit smaller and with lots of dead space on the sides. Any suggestions on how to best display them? I could make the area square but that would still put dead space around all of the images. As always, any help is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    m@

  • #2
    I don't see how squares would be much of a problem.

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    • #3
      One difference is that our images are just photographs. They don't all share a similar background. I think I am leaning more towards just having dead space around the images. I will post a link when it is ready and you folks can tell me what you think.

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      • #4
        The fact that you said 'products' led me to believe unimportant details in the pictures could be masked/whited out.

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