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jsnover says

I sold an isolated vertical image today and looked at the item details page. I was amazed at how huge the image was:

http://photodune.net/item/holiday-foliage-border/896544

Compare the size of a horizontal image on its detail page:

http://photodune.net/item/sun-rays-on-sand-old-orchard-beach/3367894

And here’s a more typical vertical image (native 5D Mk II image size)

http://photodune.net/item/ferry-leaves-long-wharf/3257281

It appears that your sizing algorithm picks the width and then makes the other dimension proportional. You probably need to have a maximum height, adjusting to a smaller width if appropriate. Given the size of the garland image and the relatively weak watermark, in addition to not looking very polished, it’s virtually giving away a huge size image.

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THPStock says

wow thats a huge preview! Not only is it probably too big, but annoying to have to scroll so far to see the end of the preview. There must be a better solution, such as your max height suggestion.

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