Choose the Reveal All option in the flyout menu to fill the layer with white, allowing the effects of the layer adjustment to show through. Choosing the Hide All option in the flyout menu paints the layer with black to hide the effects of the Gaussian Blur layer adjustment. For this example, I've chosen Reveal All.
The Reveal All option lets the effects of the Gaussian Blur continue to show in the image, as shown in Figure 11-41. Choose this option to paint the areas to hide the Gaussian Blur effect. Choosing the Hide All option hides the Gaussian Blur effect, allowing you to use a Paintbrush tool to paint in the areas of the image where you want the Gaussian Blur effect.
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