I would put all of the pictures into the binder somewhere, so you can open each respective picture in a split on the left side and write the content on the right split. Or you could go ahead and put the pictures into text files in the draft so that they compile out together. It really depends on what layout tool you are going to be working with to put the actual page designs together. InDesign doesn't work so well with embedded images, so a folder of graphics that you exported from Scrivener would work best there. With a program like Word that is a publishing/writing hybrid, inline would make your life easier.
As for getting the words down right, using Page View will help you out. Bear in mind this is not a layout tool, so don't expect it to be 100% accurate. You might end up with a few sections that run over onto the next page by a word or two; if you're worried about that you could shrink the virtual page size by a couple of lines, a bit like setting the clock ahead
. But you can improve the accuracy of Page View. See §16.2 (pg. 225) in the user manual.