When importing images into your poster you should check to see that the image resolution is 300 dots per inch. A common mistake is to take an image from the web that is only 72dpi, which looks fine on your computer monitor, but of course looks very poor in quality when
used in print projects.
Images and photographs should only be used if they add interest to the display and complement the subject matter.
In the eyes of the visitor, poor quality pictures and graphs = poor quality research.
If using microscopic images, ensure that
scale information is provided.