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Seiry Inoue (1931 - August 18, 1988) was a renowned Japanese
photographer. Born in 1931 in Tosa, K chi Prefecture, Inoue became
the first apprentice to Takeji Iwamiya in Osaka in 1951. While
continuing to work with Iwamiya in 1954 he started work as
temporary cameraman for Asahi Broadcasting Corporation in Osaka.
Iwamiya recognized his talent and from 1958 encouraged the young
Inoue to roam the streets of Kamagasaki in Nishinari-ku, Osaka,
permitting him to develop his private work in the studio darkroom.
During the 1950s Inoue developed a reputation as a young
documentary photographer. In 1959 he was a prizewinner in the Fuji
Photo Film Contest Professional Section.
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