Open the inspector and change the "choose material" interface to "ShadowNode". You will have access to the same material (make sure you are using the same colour) if you have multiple shadow nodes in your scene. One final tweak - bring "specular" up to around 30. You can then get rid of the environment map entirely.
One final thing - don't have your "specular" value too high, at lower values you can get reasonable results.
one of the shadows does not have the falloff and is too bright.
The other shadow is too small compared to the other shadows - I did this with a simple "dodge tool" - you can do this via the Layers panel.
At some points I have pulled the lighter shadow closer to the camera in order to give the appearance that it is occluding the terrain.
The texture presets are included, but you should be able to find similar results with some care in Photoshop. I ended up creating this GIF using a selection tool so you can see how I used it.Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The PM called the government's review of estate tax measures a "tax on family life"
The government has launched a consultation on whether to cut inheritance tax, with Theresa May insisting it is a "tax on family life".
The home secretary said further changes to the rules to clamp down on loopholes was needed.
But the Liberal Democrats said Mr Cameron was "more wrong than he was ever right" and warned the PM to "stay out of politics".
Labour called for the time limit to be scrapped and the top rate to be increased.
In her submission to the consultation, Amber Rudd said inheritance tax "should be reformed for family life, not against it".
And David Cameron insisted the measures would "protect family homes".
'Tax on family life'
She said: "The current inheritance tax system benefits the very wealthy and costs the National Health Service. Inheritance tax causes misery, cost to the NHS and a tax on family life and the government is determined to make sure it doesn't happen anymore."
Mr Cameron said he was "determined to protect family homes and ensure that the most vulnerable in our society are not forced to sell them".
The coalition government has already said it wants to cut the amount people can inherit tax-free in their lifetime from £325,000 to £150,000.