Bob, as an online seller since 1995, I'm very conscientious about making sure that the buyer sees all the (potential) flaws in an item, especially when we're talking hundreds of dollars for a single item specifically about tokens and medals. When I list on ebay I decidedly and pointedly mention flaws (as I see them).
I really, really, hate having to deal with an unhappy customer!
I think you will find those who have bought and sold through this Forum are equally conscientious about selling items of both high and low value.
And you will find they have successfully done so using the photo options and the tools that we offer.
As explained, you can offer to provide higher resolution photos to any one in inquires through email or private messaging. You are also not limited by the number of photos you can post in a thread, and you can supplement that with your written descriptions.
You were offered a sizing tool, but dismissed it without even trying it, and you are stating using your methods will only produce "tiny pictures". Perhaps you might experiment with the options being offered to you.
Your posts so far seem to indicate that your primary purpose on being here is to obtain price and value information from our members. The primary purpose of this Forum is to present and discuss military history and historical objects. When I suggested you could post some of the medals you are looking at on here, I was referring to informational posts.
If you continue to feel that our photo options are inadequate or our sales process is too restrictive, this may not Forum may not be a good fit your intentions.