Thank you for your post.
Since this used to work and now it fails, something has obviously changed. Let's first consider the database file. Try creating a new database file with a similar sized Container field, add some records and embed some photos. Do these images display at full size or does FileMaker Go crash? If the images display at full size, then we can focus on the original file. If FileMaker Go crashes, then perhaps the application has become corrupt. Before replacing FileMaker Go, exit out of all applications, and reboot the iOS device. Then, go back into FileMaker Go and try again. Assuming you are still getting a crash, connect your iOS device to your desktop computer, launch iTunes, select your device, click the Apps tab, select FileMaker Go, and move off all files on the iOS device to the Desktop. Remove FileMaker Go, and move over a fresh copy onto your iOS device. Then, move the files from the Desktop back onto the iOS device. Launch FileMaker Go and see if you can reproduce the problem.
Keep me updated with any progress.
Bob, before spending to much time trouble shooting this issue, power down the iPad and restart it to see if that solves the problem. FMGO is starting to have to many problems that require a restart to solve the problem.