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I'm playing Skyrim with ENBSeries' DoF (depth of field) enabled.

I see some people having a foreground blur effect on their depth-of-field and I really want that effect too. How do I add such an effect?

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While you are more than welcome to ask about ENBSeries on Arqade, I don't believe an HD Graphics mod warrants its own tag. – Raven Dreamer Aug 9 '13 at 17:33
@RavenDreamer Alright, you've been here for much longer than me, so you'll know which tags belong where better than I. – Ririshi Aug 10 '13 at 11:10
Are you running a more recent enb with the Shift+Enter menu? I'm not at my computer so I can't post an answer, but I'd try messing with the options in there since you can see the effect immediately. – Snailer Aug 10 '13 at 16:20
A screenshot would really help; it's fairly easy to alter the blur strength and focal point of the DOF shader, but I'm not entirely sure that will yield the effect you're actually thinking of. – Josh Petrie Nov 3 '14 at 17:23

Close skyrim.

Open enbseries.ini and set DepthOfField=True

Save file, open skyrim.

Easier that ctrl+enter route.

Source: ENBseries website

Where is enbseries.ini?

"I can't find DepthOfField"

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