I really like your screenshots! But you should use some console commands to get rid of the crosshair in the center and your menus and levels on the sides of the screen. I see someone below sort of explained it, but I will too. There are some other console commands that can help as well. As you know, use the tille ` key in the far top left to open and close the console. Some good commands: TFC - this toggles 'flying camera mode', which makes it so that you can move the camera independently of your character. To turn flying camera mode off again, just type TFC into the console again. TFC 1 - this toggles flying camera mode, and also makes time freeze so no game time passes while you shoot, and the characters are frozen. To turn time back on again, type TFC again into the console. TM - this toggles menus. Be careful, because it's a little hard to get used to. When you've typed it into the console and hit enter, the console itself will even disappear along with your crosshairs and menus. Still hit the tille key again so that the console actually closes; it took me ages to figure that out because I couldn't see whether it was open or closed. To turn menus back on, open the console (you won't be able to see it, but it's there) and type TM again, and hit enter. Everything should show up again.
Hope it helps Your screenshots are pretty. I love "photographing" the Rift too.
No problem c: Oh, and you might want to do a save too before you use the commands, just in case you accidentally type a code in wrong and something weird happens xD You can use the console to make NPCs essential ("immortal") or nonessential, make them completely disappear from the game, mark quests as finished (that's really useful if one gets bugged and won't end; if you can find the command online, you can type it into the console to fix it), add items to your inventory (I had to do that when the 'Blood on the Ice' quest jammed up) and all sorts of weird things. xD
A question (your talk about bugged NPCs reminded me of something) - can NPCs be restarted? I have several bugs in the game which I don't know how to fix - some important people for mini quest (misc.) disappeared.
Oh, yes! Although I'm not sure how it would affect the game in the long run (I've never had that happen to me before O.o ), here's one thing you can try: Let's use Lydia the housecarl for an example. If she was to die while being your follower for some reason, you could either resurrect her (that's the preferable thing to do when you want to resurrect a dead NPC instead of bring them back into existence, but right now that's not the point xD) or you could use a 'placeatme' code. Basically you type: player.placeatme [NPC's base ID code here]. For Lydia, it would be player.placeatme 000A2C8E. In Lydia's case, a low-level clone will just appear. Her AI package ('artificial intelligence'; the way characters not controlled by the gamer act. Every Skyrim character has one) will be reset and you'd have to go tell her to be your follower again. You can find the base codes on the Elder Scrolls Wiki ( [link] there's Lydia's page) in the info box under their photos. Remember to use the base code, not the ID code! Not sure what would happen if you used the latter xD
Well, you could hide the whole overlay by pressing ' ~ ' and activating the cheat console. It's the button besides '1' on your keyboard, if you're playing it on PC. When it activates, you have a textbox. Type 'tm' in it and all your menus and things are hidden. Press the same button to deactivate the cheat console and you can take your screenshots flawlessly. If you want your menus back, simply activate the cheat console (it will be invisible now, so just type 'tm' (although you can't see the letters) and your menu will come back).