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Watergraph is a term for a Polaroid image-transfer or Fuji instant film image-transfer meaning an image that seems to be or look like a cross between a watercolor and a photograph.

A 'watergraph' can also mean the digital manipulation of a photograph so that it resembles a watercolor. Several people are now producing these commercially, emphasizing the artistic qualities of the product by using a handmade paper. Notable amongst these is the London Art dealer Martin Summers, and the interior designer Robin Moore Ede.