This Skyrim Mod brings realistic lighting without Post-Processing or additional performance hit

Modder Pluto released yesterday the latest version of his Realistic Lighting Without Post-Processing Mod for Skyrim. According to the modder, this mod makes the lighting more realistic without the use of screen shader injections or other post-processing. This means that there will be no performance decrease at all, and all weather and locations have unique light settings.
The mod brings more ‘powerful’ sun color, lighter sunset/sunrise skies, lighter cloudy skies, darker ambient color, very dark nights, fixed color balance and saturation for all weather types to look realistic/neutral, removed bloom, and removed forced contrast increase.
Those interested can download it from here.
Here are some screenshots to get an idea of what this mod is all about!

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