question from a non-graphic designer here who doesn't fully get the whole 'resolution' thing.
From what I understand, Inkscape saves all embedded images as 90dpi. However for printing, 300 dpi is typically recommended.
If I add a 300dpi image to an Inkscape document, it will appear much bigger than its correct size as it scales down to 90dpi. Does this mean that I am OK to save at 90dpi, because I am shrinking the size of the image?
What about if I have a low resolution photo, say 72dpi, but the photo is large and I am happy to shrink it? Should I first change the image to 90dpi in Photoshop before embedding it in Inkscape, or can I just add it to Inkscape and resize it?