The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

193 ratings
Fixed Eye Adaptation
Category: Graphics
File Size
0.040 MB
Feb 7, 2012 @ 10:42pm
Feb 8, 2012 @ 6:02pm
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Fixed Eye Adaptation

Fixes the annoying eye adaptation effect!

This mod fixes Skyrim's annoying eye adaptation effect (which makes everything momentarily go super bright when you look up at the sky, for example) by setting Eye Adaptation Speed to 35 and Eye Adaptation Strength to 1 in ALL imagespaces (except the loading screen). The result is a true eye adaptation effect, rather than Skyrim's default exaggerated eye adaptation effect.

The intention is to fix eye adaptation, not disable it completely.

Certain spell effects (like Dragon Breath) use modifiers to change the eye adaptation effect (so you go blind for a moment). These modifiers have NOT been changed in this mod.

This mod was created using the Creation Kit.

This mod is incompatible with mods that affect imagespaces, such as the "Realistic Lighting" mod.

There are no screenshots because the eye adaptation effect can only be seen in motion. Instead, I have added a video of the mod in action.

This mod is also available at the Nexus:
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Lord Aniolist Oct 5 @ 1:55pm 
I always liked the adaptation effect, but great work just the same!
Guy  [author] Oct 4 @ 11:09am 
Thanks dude :)
ƝẸϾ𐍂Į𐍃 Sep 6 @ 8:35am 
Still working, i love you dude!
Luqe Apr 16, 2016 @ 3:49am 
also conflicts with the Werewolf vision mod.
Morty Smith Jun 12, 2013 @ 9:46am 
I didn't even realize I had this and I was going to look for one. Totally isn't what I want. If I use spells myself I go blind almost completely. I can't look at the sky or i'll go blind aswell. I'm going to look for a better one, thanks though.
doogie Feb 13, 2013 @ 12:40pm 
Thanks it's annoying going into a cave and then not being able to see anyting for a bit.
GarGhuul Dec 12, 2012 @ 2:26am 
Thankyou for this. I've never understood why game designers have decided to simulate something my eyes are already doing, and thus causing increased eyestrain.
Spungbub Aug 7, 2012 @ 8:48am 
finnaly i can't stand when a dragon breaths fire and i go temporarily blind
Jaekov Jun 20, 2012 @ 7:48pm 
HuggernautNL Apr 28, 2012 @ 1:49pm 
Found it: Conflicts with Realistic Colors and Nights