I have been using and learning QGIS for a few years. What I can not figure out is how to get better map quality when I output maps to use in my book projects.
Example 1: I set QGIS to output a JPG map at 300dpi. This causes the street names to shrink on the JPG image to near unreadable using OpenStreet base maps.
Example 2: I tried using OpenTopoMaps. All looks great on my screen and when I go to output the maps, there are a few blank white squares. This is likely a result of zooming in too much. Many of my maps are around 1:25000 or closer.
I guess this is a resolution issue between monitor screen and 300dpi files.
So what is the solution? Higher resolution base maps, or a setting I missed?
I need to use good base maps of Ontario, Canada.