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Hey everyone,

 I've just run into the strangest problem and I for the life of me can't figure out what could be causing it. I've been working on a rendering and for whatever reason the floor is reflecting color onto the ceiling. I've tried changing both floor and ceiling materials as well as reducing all reflective qualities of both materials to 0 and the color reflection still is occurring. All I'm left with it possibly being is the angle of the shot is taken from. I will post a picture of the instance later (I decided to move the rendering to the back burner as a new project came in with a more pressing deadline). If anyone has any insight into why this would be happening it would be much appreciated. Cheers.

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Still not sure what was/is going on but I turned the color bleed setting in lighting to 0 and it resolved most of the problem.

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