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  1. jacoboriley
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    I'm not only guilty of enjoying and commenting on pretty girls in skimpy clothes, but posting some myself , but I also enjoy military play, scenic landscapes, etc. There is a lot to see in the images and that takes time that some may not want to spend (or have). Your images have a 'signature' that I like. I'm always looking for new ideas to improve my screens, game or play and the dog never nags at me for the time spent So I may have a luxury of time that others may not. If you notice many people look, but just may not take the time to endorse or comment. I post to share and for no other reason.

    I'm always curious about whether you're using and tweaking an ENB or if much of your work is post shot? I think you commented once some was done post screen. Is that radio pack seen in the pics part of a mod here on Nexus? You've got some great shadows working in those bottom 2 shots and maybe DOF turned down or off? Looks good
    1. GearBoxMan
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      The Radio pack is from Militarized Minutemen.
      And all of the work is done in post and only a few images is not edited in some of the collections. Like the 5th image in the description of Shadowed and in the collections showing off a settlement almost none of the images are edited except for Frontlines. And the shadowing in the images is either the ingame shadows or some vignette added to the image. Which looking back into my collections always gives me a smile as to how far I've gone from basic Fallout 4 to a jungle, and then a true post-apocalyptic game, and now a forest. Still can't choose a favourite out of all of them
    2. jacoboriley
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      "The Radio pack is from Militarized Minutemen"....I thought it might be and thank you. You get a lot out of post editing, better than I do anyway. Interesting about the shadows, not that the vanilla game doesn't have them, but they seem to be getting a boost in your editing. That's great if you don't need to run an ENB, some can be quite heavy on performance. My last build of a rig was pretty hefty so I can run pretty much what I want...much different than the last build.
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