You know, that's the problem. I didn't even know that I need 300 dpi for print... Well, I have 72 and there's nothing that can be done.
However, I'm talking about the PDF file that is generated. The image there in 100% is much bigger than the same image in Indesign or Photoshop at 100% size.
You know, on the screen the image looks smaller and more quality, but when I export it to PDF, it becomes larger and lower quality on screen.
This annoys me. Couldn't it be the exact same size as already done PDF...
So tell me, if I have a large image and I smaller it in Photoshop and then export it in PDF, the quality will be low.
But if I scale the image down in Indesign and export it into PDF, the quality will be higher, right?
That's because Photoshop rasterizes an image and Indesign doesn't right? So when exporting into PDF in Indesign, the program automatically adjusts the resolution, right?
Cause, you know, it's like those imags on the web. Some look great and are like 15KB and others are just as small, but have like 450KB...
So, I thought that if I make a small image in Photoshop and it looks quite good in resolution, when I export it in PDF, the resolution should be good. But it looks like crap.
But indesign, doesn't rasterize the image, it just makes it smaller in scale, and when exporting it creates a resolution automatically right? I can't get in PDF the exact same image size and quality I see in Indesign, right?