Hello! I’ve been following along with a couple of Rhino 7 rendering tutorials but I am not getting the same result when it comes to the use of environmental lighting. According to one of the tutorials, to light your scene with an environment image, it’s as simple as opening the Environment tab, clicking Importing from Environment Library, selecting one of Rhino’s built-in environment images then right-clicking the new environment and selecting Set as Global Environment. This seems to change the colour of my scene according to the specific environment but when I do a Raytraced render or use Rhino Render the lighting is not right and I’m not getting any lighting/shadows, as seen in my screenshot below. I’m rendering with a RTX 3080 using the CUDA setting in Rhino (Optix does not seem to work for me). And the only lights I have in my scene are the default Sun and Skylight (Sun is off, Skylight is on).
Is there any way to get proper environmental lighting in my renders? Thanks!