I am working through a tutorial and am having an issue. I have a panoramic sky and have added two light layers. When I do this my sky is blown out. I set the material options on my sky layer to not accept light but it is still blown out. If I turn the light layers off the sky looks great. Am I missing something. I know I should be able to have the lights without them affecting my sky. I am working in AE CS4 on a Mac. Thanks
The light layers are what I am animating in this comp. They are glowing orbs so I can't delete them. Any ideas on why I can't turn off the "accept light" in the materials settings of the panorama? The Panorama is created from a large jpeg.
Actually, I don't want the lights to affect the sky at all which is the problem. I set the material option (I think that's what it's called,I'm going from memory) of the sky to not accept light but the sky is still blown out by the lights in the scene. Am I missing a setting to stop the sky from being affected by the lights? I appreciate your help on this.