You can add point lights, spotlights, and distant lights and set the location and photometric properties of each.
You can use a command to create a light, or you can use a button on the Lights toolbar or the Lights panel in the dashboard. You can use the Properties palette to change the color of a selected light or other properties. You can also store a light and its properties on a tool palette and use it again in the same drawing or another drawing.
The guidelines for lighting used by photographers, filmmakers, and stage designers can also help you set up the lighting for scenes.
A point light radiates light in all directions from its location.
A spotlight can be directed towards an object.
Photometric weblights represent real-world distribution.
Distant lights are useful for lighting objects or a backdrop.
Assigning a shape to a light modifies the illumination of a scene.