Did you went through the lights settings as wall? and I mean the lamp object, not the light settings in the render settings, because the General light sources have the ability to be volumetric light which could give you this effect.
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Yes, the advice worked - it is the visible light control in the lamp selection settings. Thanks so much even though I'll be spending inordinate amounts of
time fixing and replacing each rendering. It's important methinks.
Here's another one I can't seem to figure out and you may have to visit
my website to see what I'm talking about. www.jonathanpelezzaredesigns.com
Scroll down on the projects overview page to the Makas residence and then maybe 10 renderings further down.
There is a blue hue to everything
in the sunlight - I'm letting this one go as it could be argued that I wanted
the effect of early morning even though the sun angel is at 30 to 45 degrees...Ugh.
Then there is another problem - some of the doors disappear when seen thru glass. A good example can be seen in one of the renderings of the front of the house. There are a couple that show the alignment of the 3' wide hallway glazing and the laundry room just to the right of the garage.
there are two full light french doors on the laundry room that disappear in the renderings. Same thing with the 12' tall 35' wide living room pocket sliders when viewed thru the house from the entry side.
Also, spot light housings and laundry machines don't show through the glass.
I'm sure it's a simple fix, but I will not be going back over all these.
As for the blue hue this may well be you sun colour.
You can adjust the colour by choosing a different pre-set sky or more accurately by going into the Detailed Settings > Environment > Physical Sky > Sun.
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