‘Sharpshooters Extreme Graphics Vision ENB’ is one of the best Skyrim Lighting Mods, available now

Modder ‘Sharpshooter8’ has released a new version from his on-going ENBSeries mod for Skyrim. The Extreme Graphics Vision ENB Mod comes with bright sunny days, brilliant reflections, and vibrant but realistic colours. This mod features highest quality ssao and bloom, Godrays effect, warm interiors with great lighting, realistic skin and hair, soft shadows which aren’t very dark like most enb-mods and realistic dark nights with no blue tint.
Furthermore, the mod supports dynamic bokeh and almost hexagonal dof, vibrant lighting without increasing the brightness too much, realistic indirect illumination, rich colours, great looking water, realistic Lighting, Crossfire compatibility and tweaked trees that have colours similar to Crysis.
Below you’ll find the installation guide, some screenshots and some videos. As said, this is a lighting mod so we’d strongly suggest using it alongside some HD Texture Packs, like Starac’s Realistic Overhaul. Those interested can download it from here. Enjoy!
Installation:
Extract the downloaded mod to your Skyrim directory, not data, where the games launcher is found.
Also download water redux mod from the nexus and install for the underwater fix to work.
Activate all my esps placing the water fix last in your load order.
Next:
Go into you skyrim pref ini its in my documents
and change these if you haven’t already
bTreesReceiveShadows=1
bDrawLandShadows=1
bFloatPointRenderTarget=1


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