The quality of the photos or images on screen isn’t the same as the true quality. This is because we use smaller images in the editor to make sure it works fast.
When your magazine is printed, the highest quality available of your image is used.
If you select an image, the yellow stars (in the top right corner) will show you the quality of your image. Four yellow stars is the optimum quality. Two yellow stars still give a beautiful result. The print won’t be beautiful anymore with less than two yellow stars.
To get images of optimum quality (four yellow stars) if you use them to fill in the whole page, you need images with the minimum resolution of 2575 x 3600 px.
Scan photos with a minimum of 300 dpi. If you want to enlarge them, you have to use a higher resolution.