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This tutorial will describe the steps you will need to take to spice up your images in Photoshop using TV Scan Lines. This technique is extremely useful and easy to perform by people at all levels.
Select > All.
Edit > Define Pattern. In the more recent versions of Photoshop you will be prompted to enter a name for your pattern, this can be whatever you want. This will come in handy if you ever plan on using the pattern again. If you are using an older version you will need to save the image and re-open and define it each time you want to use it.
Layer > New > Layer.
Edit > Filland select
Patternas the content. If you are using a more recent version select your pattern from the drop-down box underneath, otherwise it will be set as the default already and click OK. If you want you can now adjust the Opacity of the layer to suit your image.
And it's as simple as that!
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