I agree with CeeJay those are some extreme settings, I'd recommend you follow the link he left for you and take a look at Scrullet's and I settings. I would like to give a tip when using LGG especially with skyrim, Less is more. 1.500, 2.000, 2.000 is WAY too high you are much better off doing incremental step ups or downs by 0.005 or 0.010. Also you don't need to defog feature for Skyrim as the default Sweetfx can get rid of it's greyish tint. Skyrim has many different landscapes and each look different, whatever you change in one environment will probably not look good in another. This is why I personally find Skyrim to be a bit touchy with sweetfx when adjusting color/contrast settings and it's why I chose Riverwood as my testing ground as I find it to be a happy medium area as I can see both the green and snowy environment there.