hello everybody - yes I´m stupid but I admit not to have understood yet what the Sun slider does - What is it for????
When I move it to the far left, about 0% to 15%, I recognize: shadows off and shadows on. This is so fiddly that I don't notice if about 7% would be something inbetween these two states.
I would love to control the shadow density here over the entire slider range - but that's probably not the point here? You see, I have no idea.
So for me a simple On - Off switch would already be sufficient (fun only) - but really: what are the remaining 85% for, except to produce any cruel strangely lit overexposures?
Another question in this context is: This strange sun slider only reacts when I use standard sun. But as soon as I use a HDRI light (you call it SkyBox), there is not the slightest reaction between black and white anymore.
These circumstances lead to the fact that I can not generate exterior renders with a balanced light-shadow ratio, but only much too high contrast renders with much too dark shadows. - And, to stay in this picture: I am happy about any help that illuminates me here At the moment I render everything 2 times, once with the too dark shadow and a 2nd time without any shadows. These two images I then have to adjust in Photoshop - quite stupid, isn't it?
I assume to have, besides enough others, another malfunction here, which doesn't let me recognize this sun slider´s function.