I'm making huge catalog with a lot of products.
Which way is the proper way or better way to do?
Make individual product image paste on photoshop and bring in to InDesign and lay images (re-sizing smaller, not bigger) and text out.
Make multiple product images paste on one photoshop document which size to catalog size already, then place into InDesign.
My thought is, if you don't make images bigger in InDesign, it's easier to make individual images and bring to InDesign and playing around for layout.
I find it's much easier to work with individual images placed into ID than any sort of composite image created in Photoshop and then placed, and there is no benefit in taking the time to build the multi-image file.
placing many images can go fast, select all (or a part) images you like to import, before placing the first image, hold down COMMAND-SHIFT key, now you can draw a grid for the images, when you are drawing that grid, you can use the UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT keys to increase or decrease the number of collums and/or rows. That way you can place images at high speed.