You are talking about the actual leaflet or a mock-up that fakes 3-dimensionality in an image?
WIll there be lots of text and vector content?
If so, I would recommend considering doing it in Indesign or Illustrator.
I'm hoping to create a leaflet on a4 which I can fold 3 times but this is all new to me.
As it's for the non-profit org I work for, we're trying to keep costs low so I'm hoping it's not to complex for me to do myself..
There will be quite alot of text and colour yes.
Which of the two is easier to navigate and gives good 'results' ?
Thanks for your answer.
For large amounts of text I would prefer Indesign, which might also appear somewhat simpler to handle than Illustrator.
But one can also create materials for printing in Photoshop – one should of course consider bleed, whether working in CMYK may be advisable, printing color space etc. and choose the format to deliver to the printer accordingly (pdf can hold type and vector elements as such).
There will be more text than pictures so I've taken your advice and I'm going to try Indesign!
Thanks for your help.