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Realistic Lighting
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Feb 7, 2012 @ 5:23pm
Feb 13, 2012 @ 1:51pm
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The newest release of Realistic Lighting without Post-Processing!

Weathers re-added after some work and an update to the CK.

If you want customization - go here -> http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=7654

A patcher is including on the nexus which allows unprecedented customization of all the data. The readme is here;
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/56852942/Realistic%20Lighting%20Readme.html
And the editing guide is here;
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/56852942/Realistic%20Lighting%20Editing%20Guide.html
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SuperNoodle Apr 12 @ 9:36pm 
Looks fantastic! But I got fed up of casting candle light every 30 seconds in caves, would still recommend for people lookisng for extra realism though!
MightOfGuts Mar 10 @ 3:12pm 
do you need a certain load order for this mod?
Tails The Fox Mar 9 @ 1:42pm 
Very nice!
rabakask Mar 9 @ 9:01am 
This mod is one of my favourite! If you could mod a way that enemies won't see you well when you're in the shadows (Very useful in caves and dungeons) while sneaking, that'd be the best mod ever!
durjim Feb 11 @ 12:19pm 
Great mod. Adds truly realistic lighting to every place and corner found in the game. Dungeons become scarily dark, shadows become sharper during the day and nights dimly lit, the way they should be in places with no artificial light (finally a use for candlelight spell). Excelent work!
-=[*G.o.D*]=- LeGaliz_mE Feb 9 @ 3:21am 
Outdated version of the mod, latest here [www.nexusmods.com]
http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/30450

@BAMBINATOR This will not lower FPS as it doesn't use any post-processing, just change light placement and effect using the standard Skyrim engine.
BAMBINATOR////////// Feb 5 @ 2:17pm 
Will this lower fps?
MissJoint Jan 21 @ 6:22am 
I discovered an issue:
When falling down from the top of the mountain while blizzard, it keeps the white snowy screen(whithout the actual snow) even if waiting or entering/leaving interiors, even after leaving/reentering the game.
|E~C| Wiedel Jan 10 @ 3:27pm 
@Juwar i don't think so
Juwar Jan 4 @ 6:12am 
@kage74 I believe they can see you which is can be a pain. Is there a mod that can reduce AI visibility in the dark?