One of the images in photographer Mike Sinclair’s exhibit running through July 3 at the Kansas City Public Library is of the clock tower on the old Katz Drug Store building, 3948 Main St. Sinclair captured his photos with a view camera — the type that requires a tripod and the use of a cloth over the photographer’s head — because it prevents the lines of tall buildings from seeming to converge.
One of the images in photographer Mike Sinclair’s exhibit running through July 3 at the Kansas City Public Library is of the clock tower on the old Katz Drug Store building, 3948 Main St. Sinclair captured his photos with a view camera — the type that requires a tripod and the use of a cloth over the photographer’s head — because it prevents the lines of tall buildings from seeming to converge. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
One of the images in photographer Mike Sinclair’s exhibit running through July 3 at the Kansas City Public Library is of the clock tower on the old Katz Drug Store building, 3948 Main St. Sinclair captured his photos with a view camera — the type that requires a tripod and the use of a cloth over the photographer’s head — because it prevents the lines of tall buildings from seeming to converge. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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