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The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Step Three: Press the letter D to switch your Foreground color to white, and then press B to get the Brush tool. In the Options Bar, click on the thumbnail after the word "Brush" and choose a very small, soft-edged brush from the Brush Picker. Now, begin painting over the whites of the eyes and along the bottom of the eyelid. As you paint, you're light- ening the areas because you're bringing back the Screen effect you applied earlier. Note: To change your brush size, press the Left Bracket key to make it smaller or the Right Bracket key to make it larger. Step Four: The eyes will look too white (giving your subject a possessed look), so lower the Opacity of this Curves adjustment layer to make the whitening more subtle and natural (I lowered it to around 55%) to complete the effect. Before After Retouching Portraits Chapter 10 291