Japanese Photographer | Born: 1903 - Died: 1942
Nakaji Yasui was one of the most prominent photographers in the first half of the 20th century in Japan.
Yasui was born in Osaka and became a member of the Naniwa Photography Club in 1920s and also became a member of the Tampei Photography Club in 1930.
His photographs cover a wide range from pictorialism to straight photography, including photomontages. He appreciated every type and kind of photographs without any prejudice and tried not to reject any of them even during wartime.