"how would the object cast a shadow on the ground when itÂ´s high over the ground? It simply canÂ´t. "
I will explain why your statement is utter nonsense herr Klaus.. Every person in the world, just about every animal in the word and plant and and and.... has experienced at some stage a cloud shadow passing over them and casting a SHADOW!. oh but wait.. its impossible.. Its TOO FAR OVER THE GROUND, IT SIMPLY CANOT DO IT!... Well.. someone forgot to tell Mother Nature that one..
:lol: I have seen shadows cast from air plans way up in the sky and i have also seen a hot air balloon shadow while the balloon was way off the ground too... Your 3D pill is just off the ground in some places, so what your excuse??
Do you even know what "defused" light is in 3D...
Each thing in the world casts a shadow. Right. Being a photographer iÂ´m dealing with lights and shadows for a very long time now.
But being a photographer i also know about the *nature* of light and shadows - you very obviously do not! You not even understand what i wrote about a sceneÂ´s ambient light . . .
In a very soft ambient light objects only cast shadows when theyÂ´re very close to a surface. When theyÂ´re not close to a surface the softness of the light "walks around" objects in a way no resp. almost invisible shadows appear.
Try yourself: hold your hand near to a wall and watch how the shadows behave in hard light (sunlight) and how they behave in soft ambient light. In hard light you will see the shadow of your hand even when youÂ´re some meters away from the wall.
But in soft ambient light you wouldnÂ´t see a shadow of your hand on that wall after you moved your hand away half a meter or a meter.
You see: in a hard and point-like light - which wasnÂ´t in my scene - objects definitely cast very visible and more or less deep shadows . . . .
In my scene the ground where shadows of the object could have been visible was outside the fov (field of view) in relation to the cameraÂ´s/objectÂ´s perspective. So: when you donÂ´t see the ground straight under the object: how would you see shadows on the ground? You wouldnÂ´t.
Destiny: youÂ´re on the best way towards ridiculousness argumenting the childish way you do. Do you really want that?
ThereÂ´s nothing bad with lack of knowledge - thatÂ´s why we all learn each day. Everybody does.
Acting in a way as being the big expert needs to know what experts know. ThatÂ´s very definitely your problem.
So i really suggest to hold back with talking that big and gather knowledge first.