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Over-exposed surfaces

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Hello,

I have some surfaces (for example nord faces/skin or the roofs in Helgen) that appear over-exposed in plain day lighting. This is for sure a vanilla game issue. Can I change it some how? It is really unpleasant to watch these blown-out no details surfaces.

 

Thank you

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It's related to weather to some degree. I would try lowering brightness/contrast and increasing gamma under BethINI Visuals (or via Skyrim INIs). If you are using ENB, that could also be a factor.

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It is happening when I play vanilla, unmodded game as well as modded. It happens alsi indoors so not weather related. 

 

Could be the bloom effect? Can I disable bloom with bethini or in .ini files? 

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Yes, it could definitely be bloom, but the settings I mentioned above could also make a difference. If it happens in vanilla, then it is probably correctable by altering these settings. Also make sure that your video driver software isn't adding an effect. There are several GPU driver settings that could impact this, depending on your GFX hardware/software.

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Try adding these lines to Skyrim.ini, in the [Display] section.

fGlobalBloomThresholdBoost=100.00
fGlobalMapBloomThresholdBoost=100.00

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