Toyo Miyatake photographed Japanese-American life until he was interred in Manzanar during the war. He managed to smuggle a camera lens into the camp and built a camera. He extensively photographed life in the the camp.
One of Miyatake's best-known photographs, of three boys looking through the prison camp's barbed-wire fence, with guard tower in background. Photograph by Toyo Miyatake. (Photo courtesy of Alan Miyatake, Toyo Miyatake Studio.