Have any pictures of galaxies or clusters of galaxies taken many years apart shown these receding objects actually getting smaller? I hope this isn't a stupid question, as the size of these objects is immense and so are the distances involved. I guess my question is meant as a means of evidence in support of Luminal Red Shifts which are supposed to tell how fast objects are moving away from us due to cosmic expansion from the Big Bang. Just as another way to convince everyone who may still be on the fence, like the Null Physics camp. I suppose I could research this myself with the web, but I was hoping to drum up some discussion.

Those who would discount Big Bang Theory with Static Universe, or (a cosmos that stays the same forever), would latch onto any weakness in accepted theories, so I was just curious if this kind of comparision is even possible given the 150 years or so since photography was invented.