I'm having an issue where when the shadow strength is not set to max on a directional light, the baked lighting and ambient occlusion is not showing properly. Here is the scene baked with the directional light disabled (there are no lights in the scene other than ambient): After enabling the directional light (with 50% shadow strength) however, the scene appears like this. Surfaces that face away from the light source get the full effect of the original shadows, but everything else the baked shadows are considerably reduced or gone. This causes the boundaries between the two surfaces to look terrible. I could solve the issue by increasing the ambient light color and lowering the strength of the directional light, but because lighting (via directional light) is planned to be dynamic and will fade out at times, and ambient color cannot be changed at runtime with the new lighting system, I can't push the ambient light past the lowest value the scene will have. Is there any way to have baked shadows and ambient occlusion to have their full strength when directional light strength is not set to max?