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Is your FOV like 100 or something? It almost makes me dizzy haha. Nice pics though.
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Some pretties...

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I haven't really posted any scenery lately ;l kinda not happy with how mine looks ;x

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and of course.. a dragon tongue.gif

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Is your FOV like 100 or something? It almost makes me dizzy haha. Nice pics though.

i jump around between 80 and 90. 85 seems to be the sweet spot but those were actually taken using the skyrim photography mod, lens was 15mm I think so no idea what that translates too in FOV. I tried to give wyre bash another spin but it felt like i had to jump through hoops to get the mods install ready so I instead went through each mod again, cut out what I didn't need from them and used nmm to install. i'm guessing I'll need to change once the CK gets rolling hot and heavy but for now, nmm provides enough functionality to get me through.

Hey lifeshield , or anyone with some experience fooling around with fxaa. Whats the technicolor stuff? and why are certain settings not set to toggle on/off? I will look it up tomorrow for myself but nothing beats the wisdom of people who have been churning out greatness and the wisdom that hands on knowledge brings.

Also how do folks get true depth of field going on in these shots?
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Now that's close to what I'm trying to get to, but its a tad too bright imho. Conversely, this is too much contrast, but I'm still tweaking my enb profile...
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Use Ambient Day settings to to raise the softness of the shadows in the day. I believe it's higher equals lighter while if you heighten curve it makes shadows harder (curve normally adds more colour with some of the other settings, like fire for example).

 

I'm trying to go for that wintery sun efffect, you kind of feel the balance once you hit a snow or rain storm. If you look back on some of my comparison pics I did a page or so back you'll see that on a cloudy day my ENB profile is actually darker than vanilla. Also in that pic there was a fire in front of him, I need to tone down their daytime intensity, which adds to the glare effect somewhat.

 

 

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Hey lifeshield , or anyone with some experience fooling around with fxaa. Whats the technicolor stuff? and why are certain settings not set to toggle on/off? I will look it up tomorrow for myself but nothing beats the wisdom of people who have been churning out greatness and the wisdom that hands on knowledge brings.
Also how do folks get true depth of field going on in these shots?

 

 

Certain settings are turned off because they are not used/needed. Some things are buggy (like high quality sharpening, go turn that one on and see for yourself smile.gif), Technicolour affects the power of the image if I recall correctly.

 

Depth of field is changed via ENB, I think you can change it via the Skyrim ini aswell. There's also a photography mod which might help change it (I've never used it so cannot say for certain).


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Use Ambient Day settings to to raise the softness of the shadows in the day. I believe it's higher equals lighter while if you heighten curve it makes shadows harder (curve normally adds more colour with some of the other settings, like fire for example).

I'm trying to go for that wintery sun efffect, you kind of feel the balance once you hit a snow or rain storm. If you look back on some of my comparison pics I did a page or so back you'll see that on a cloudy day my ENB profile is actually darker than vanilla. Also in that pic there was a fire in front of him, I need to tone down their daytime intensity, which adds to the glare effect somewhat.


I think I might have nailed it Lifeshield, the wintery bleak look with a hint of warmth from the sun. I'll post my config via PM later for you to see what you think.. this is enb and fxaa injector 2.1.
    
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a question to lifeshield and Milamber, how make to use fxaa with enb? i try injector, but one ever stay over the other
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a question to lifeshield and Milamber, how make to use fxaa with enb? i try injector, but one ever stay over the other

Hello!

In enbseries.ini there is a section called:
Code:
[PROXY]
EnableProxyLibrary=true
InitProxyFunctions=true
ProxyLibrary=d3d9_fx.dll

enabling the above values will allow enb and fxaa to work with each other, renaming the d3d9.dll from the fxaa is important, and it must reflect the same name as the code above which in this example is
Code:
ProxyLibrary=d3d9_fx.dll
    
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I think I might have nailed it Lifeshield, the wintery bleak look with a hint of warmth from the sun. I'll post my config via PM later for you to see what you think.. this is enb and fxaa injector 2.1.


Sure, send it over and I'll take a look at it. Mines nearly ready aswell, just general playtesting now to make sure lighting is evenly balanced (yes I know I've been saying this for a week now but it's ready when it's ready damnit! biggrin.gif).

 

By the way, you're Skyrim images folder is not publicly available. Speaking of which I think I might have to make one for myself at some point.

 

 

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Can you see the Skyrim folder now?

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I need to tone the sun down a tad and then I'll also be checking for lighting within the world under different conditions.
    
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