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I know how to make all reflections be one HDRI while everything else is a different HDRI, but how could I have one HDRI affect one object's reflection, while another HDRI affects a different object's reflection?

I would like to do this without layering to get a lighting effect.

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Would be helpful if you can closer describe what exactly you want to achieve by this technique.


If you want to affect one object by one HDRi and second object by another HDRi from World shader - you can't (from what I know). From World shader you can use more HDRi to affects different types of light rays with Light path node. That is what you mentioned already I guess. Those affects all objects in a scene. For something like that you would have to render twice and merge in compositor.

In some cases you can fake few things like reflection per object on material level.
Like here is used another HDRi for reflection.

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Tip: Quite great explanation of "Light Path" node.

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