Remember that movie, Quest for Fire
?" I often feel like I am on a similar quest with Skyrim and ENB's...in this case, "Quest for (orange/red)
I recently just started making my own Frankenbstein combinations in order to get fire right. My theory is this:
If fire is tight,
Inside or outside,
Whether day or night,
Then you have it right.
Photoreal ENB - Performance by Ghost
Adjusted some settings that I don't use (DoF, for example)
Then swapped out the enbpalette, which is fine but I like a little more color spread, so I use the Technicolor ENB Palette by Demidekidasu and voila! I now have real coals, embers, flames and the correct light glow from fire. None of that pale, anemic washed out stuff.
It was frustrating because I had spent a while choosing all my fire texture mods only to have some of the really popular enb's just kill fire (presumably) in order to adjust for other effects. But, in my opinion, if you can't get fire right, not much else matters.