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Obviously for extreme perspective correction, this won't work, but using a wide lens like the GF23 will do the trick in many situations.
Shot in landscap mode I crop the image to 16:9 removing the lower part or when more correction is to be had I shoot in portrait mode.
Of course a TS lens has more on its sleeve than perspective control only.

BTW the first two images are the same, no ?
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