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This is my personal set of presets - I swap between them a lot depending on lighting and skin colors. I've been asked a few times to share, so here they are!

Things to note:

  • They are screenshot presets only and they are beefy and can cause your framerate to drop
  • They are mostly for portraits/closer shots
  • They have a lot of light artefacts and bokeh
  • They use MXAO, which can cause shadows in certain hairstyles
  • To use them effectively, you should:
  • Turn off in-game depth of field
  • Use the "manual brightness adjustment" slider
  • Use the "character lighting" slider
  • Experiment with making the character wet it anamnesis for a soft sheen (depends on scene lighting)
  • Look for interesting lighting backdrops indoors, and look for dappled lighting to stand in outdoors - ambient light looks better in game than harsh spotlights from gpose
  • Use spotlights from a distance when necessary for a subtle highlight or color
  • You can drop a light over your character's shoulder for some interesting glow
  • The base presets use a combo of auto-blur (ADOF) and mouse-driven focus (cinematic DOF); you can toggle off the mouse-driven focus if you like, it just gives a nice customizable blur to the scene
  • The bokeh presets use ADOF or cinematic DOF, and if you want a finer control over the blur pane you can can use manual depth under either of those and place the blur where your shot needs it
  • Vertical previewer is in the list and will let you preview a vertical layout, and the aspect ratio previewer is set to the twitter crop (4:3) so you can get an idea of where to center your actors so they don't get cut off if you want to share screenies

There are six main presets with simple bokeh:

  • Filmic has stronger depth effects
  • Glow captures more ambient lighting
  • Realism is a strong filter that captures character skin and details well
  • Rose is a softer color version of realism
  • Vanilla is close to vanilla colors
  • Velvet has softer ambient lighting and more pastel colors than vanilla

There are also four versions of each base shader that have specialized lighting: a strong bokeh (Bokeh); bokeh with reddish fog (Sunset); starry bokeh (Star bokeh), and a soft bokeh with halo effects (Cinematic bokeh)

The previews are taken with lightest and darkest skin options.

I hope you have fun! You can use #elegyglows if you want me to see your screenshots

To install: Drop the vita folder into your reshade-presets folder - it should be in your game folder, depending on how you set your reshade up. You can find a guide about setting up reshade for ffxiv here. I use the gshade backup.


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