Light Exclusion

Light exclusion refers to a powerful feature that allows artists and designers to precisely control how lights affect specific objects within a 3D scene. This technique enables the exclusion (or inclusion) of particular lights from illuminating certain objects, offering unparalleled control over lighting composition and mood.

By using light exclusion, users can create more dynamic and realistic scenes, as it allows for the simulation of real-world lighting scenarios where objects may block or selectively reflect light. This capability is particularly useful in complex scenes where the lighting needs to highlight specific elements, create depth, or convey a particular atmosphere without globally affecting all objects in the scene.