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I like this last image you posted, especially for 1.its limited (and good-looking) color palette 2. graphic quality.
I am a user of 45, 90, but mostly 17TSE lenses. I shoot real estate/hospitality/architecture (although a lot less of the last than I'd like.) Years ago -- about '74, '75? -- I switched from Nikon to Canon to be able to use the 35mm f2.8 Tilt and shift they offered at the time. I wish I still had that, especially because the ones on eBay start at $700 and go up to $1100. These are usually from outside the US so little recourse if not sharp or in the condition listed.
Has anyone evaluated the sharpness of the old 35mm TS side by side against the 45? My 45 ends up too long for so much of what I have to do indoors.
I assumed that there was no FD-to-EF mount that allowed focus at infinity, but seeing that you have a nikon mount for current Canon bodies, perhaps such a thing exists. I know it would be asking me to use any FD lens manually, and there is compatibility with both the breech lock and the later bayonet (if that's the right word) to take into account.
I'll dig around to see what I can post from my use of the 17.