What is Direct Lighting?

Direct lighting is a type of lighting that is often used in 3D visualization. This technique involves the use of light sources that are placed directly in front of the objects that need to be lit. This can be done using either natural or artificial light sources.

Direct lighting is often used because it can produce very realistic results. This is because the light source illuminates the object evenly, which creates a realistic effect. Additionally, direct lighting can also help to create depth and dimension in an image.

However, one downside of using direct lighting is that it can sometimes create harsh shadows. This is because the light source is so close to the object. If you want to avoid this problem, you can try using indirect lighting instead.