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Hi folks! At Cultural Heritage Imaging we always enter the end of the year humbled by the great RTI community and by the interest folks have in helping each other. We are also thrilled to see the community growing! Today I am writing to ask you to support Cultural Heritage Imaging with a donation. It takes time and effort and money to keep free services, like this forum operating. We share freely all of our knowledge and experience with the hope that it enables the community to achieve high quality, scientific, imaging results. We know you have many requests for your charitable dollars, and that there are many worthy charities out there. We ask that you consider supporting the work of our organization which makes advanced imaging methodology and software widely and inexpensively available to Cultural Heritage professionals (and others) We know that the people using RTI and getting value from these Forums come from all over the world, and many can't afford to help us financially. For those of you who can, please take a moment to donate in any amount! It all adds up, and it all helps. Thank you for your consideration! Carla and the CHI team
Dear Forum users, Have you ever used Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)? If so, you are a member of a select group. That group needs your help! We love how the RTI community helps and supports each other on this growing forum. We know many people use the information here to solve problems they encounter, including those who find the answers they need without ever creating an account. We are proud of our work in fostering the development and dissemination of open source software and freely available user guides to enable the fantastic uses of RTI that are spreading around the globe. Cultural Heritage Imaging is a small independent nonprofit organization, and we need support from individuals like you to help us keep our programs going. We are pleased to offer this user forum as a free service to people adopting RTI and related technologies. We were fortunate to have a bit of initial funding and extensive volunteer time to get it started, but there is no ongoing funding for projects like this at CHI. CHI also supports new software development, updates to the open source software and user guides that help everyone in this field. We manage a source code repository and make source code available upon request, as well as gathering information from users about bugs and new feature requests for the tools. Please help support this work by making a donation to CHI. For folks in the US this is a tax-deductible charitable contribution. Will you consider donating $10, $20, $50 or any amount that you can manage to help us continue this work? Wherever you are, you can donate securely via credit card on our Donate page. Thank you for your consideration! Carla